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Peacock by MadHatterVVVI Peacock by MadHatterVVVI
Seattle, WA

Pretty much out of the camera image. Sometimes you get lucky.

Edit (3/30/2007):

Thank you everyone for your kind comments. I'm glad even a simple photo of a bird like this can make it as a daily deviation.
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Peacock by ~MadHatterVVVI Have a look at that shot! Amazing, isn't it? Thanks for sharing. ( Suggested by Martyred and Featured by garrit )
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crypticfragments Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2010  Professional Photographer
amazing...I have never been able to capture a shot of one standing still w/its plumage showing!
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MadHatterVVVI Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2010
Thanks. Purely good fortune, I promise. :)
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PlanetEarthFarm Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2010
perfect!
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MadHatterVVVI Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2010
Such a pretty bird. I can only take credit for being there. ;-)
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GoGo-T-W Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2009   Traditional Artist
This is so oddly, yellow. I'm used to peacock pictures having the green tinge to them.

And it probably works so well for the symmetry of it all. Especially his head.
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MadHatterVVVI Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2009
A lot of people tend to shoot cold for all birds. Just got to play with white balance I suppose. I did have the benefit of shooting him on a nice sunny day too though :-)
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SomethingsPhishy Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2009
I wasn't going to read all the comments but I'm sure someone else has said this...I love photos like this. Ones that go against a lot of rules of photography, like rule of thirds and simplicity...and still create wonderful images. I like the colour changes to. The blue makes it. Nicely done.
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MadHatterVVVI Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2009
Thanks. Remember rules are often suggestions. Symmetrical compositions can be just as effective as those that obey the rule of thirds.

But thank you for the insight. I am still happy something like this can get so much attention, because it is overly simple. Just a pretty bird, but still one of my favourites.
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SomethingsPhishy Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2009
True. I think most photos involving perfect symmetry tend to be boring tho. But this is amazing. I like it a lot.

I took a photo that also creates symmetry but (I don't think) looks boring. It's called snow...let me know what you think :)
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happydoodles Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2008
pretty ^______^
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