Brain no bigger then my eye?

© Robert Leverton

Brain no bigger then my eye?

Uploaded: May 30, 2005

Description

While I was taking this picture, a zookeeper gave me this quick fact on the ostrich. The ostrich obviously overheard and thought, well at least I got BIG eyes!

400mm 2.8 at ISO 100. Just curves and USM in PS.


Comments

Tammy Scott May 30, 2005

What an awesome and cute shot, Robert! I love the composition and the expression! #255951

Wren Hendrick May 30, 2005

Priceless, Robert. Just gorgeous. #1413182

Joy Rector May 31, 2005

Great shot, great composition. #1414046

Kerby Pfrangle June 21, 2005

Robert

Congratulations.

Best of luck to you in the next round.

Kerby #1500086

Tammy Scott June 21, 2005

Awesome and funny finalist! Congratulations, Robert! #1500243

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