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© Marilynn K. Evans

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Uploaded: June 24, 2005


This acrobatic racoon finds our bird feeder for many a free meal. This shot was set at ISO400; 1/30 sec; f/5.6; 135mm on my telephoto lens. I spruced it up a bit using PSE3 filters. Hope you like it.


Laura Clay-Ballard June 24, 2005

I do like it! I love the effects you chose ... great shot. #268484

Marilynn K. Evans June 24, 2005

Thank you, Laura. I looked at your site and like your work too. #1517556

Sharrie Thomas July 19, 2005

I like your effect you put on the photo. I think it's cool to make a pic look like a painting. Most my friends don't like my paintings, so I do much of it. But I like it. Great work.
Sharrie #1611778

Marilynn K. Evans July 20, 2005

I appreciate and thank you for taking the time to comment. #1615166

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