How could you capture this beautiful moving otter, while that mini waterfall get a cotton effect cause of slow speed... It was such a great capture...!
I like how the photographer got the shot of the otter. I like the house and the waterfall right next to it.
I really love how the otter is up close to the camera. I also love how the house and waterfall are displayed in the background.
This photo is stunning not only did he get the otter up close but he also had the picture half in the water and half out of water.
I love how they got so close to the otter. Also love how there is bubbles coming up from the water showing that the otter is breathing.
I like how you got the shot up close and not far away. I like how you got the waterfall in the photo.
Nice work. Great composition in every respect, depth of field, light/dark, just enough shadow detail not to be distracting, wide angle view and contrast between above and below water environments. I'm guessing this image required a great deal of patience for a one time shot opportunity. The image clearly captures the human/otter interplay. I am curious about lens type, f/stop, shutter speed, light source.Again nice work.
This is so cool on so many levels. The intensity of the search and hunt. The differences in his neighborhood and his neighbors neighborhood. So noisy above water and so much quieter beneath. I like this one Charlie, good job.
@Steve Giardini Isn't it amazing that some of the best photos get so few comments. This is a fantastic photo!
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