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Photo of the Day ~ Animals: Domesticated & Farm Category ~ December 26, 2006

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Morning Frost
by Larry Hopkins (LarryH) 
Camera:
Canon EOS 20-D
Location:
Yellowstone National Park
 
United States of America

Photographer Notes:
None.


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Kathy Shogren commented on December 26, 2006 11:16:
Beautiful capture of a tough subject Larry. Congrats on POTD! I would think this would be under the "wildlife" category however.
Claudia commented on December 26, 2006 13:21:
Wonderful capture, love the frost on its back, congrats!
Larry Hopkins commented on December 26, 2006 17:51:
Thanks Kathy and Claudia! Kathy, I agree about it being under the wrong category. This category was for all "Animals" when I submitted the photo. Wildlife is now combined with bugs.
Kathy Shogren commented on December 26, 2006 19:05:
Hi Larry! I was just calculating in my head whether this could be domesticated, but being from Yellowstone I did't think so. It was just an oversight I think. Still a great shot. I have taken hundred of these critters, always disappointed in my results. The frost really gave it some dimension and pizazz I think. Nice job.
Gretchen Steele commented on December 26, 2006 21:51:
Congrats! I agree the frost give it the something extra..super job on this!
Kevin L. Kitchens commented on December 27, 2006 06:09:
FYI: I went with Domesticated on this one despite it being from Yellowstone because buffalo are (now) a more common livestock animal. Just for consistency sake, I won't distinguish based on their current location -- ala wild horses would also still fall under domesticated, because horses in general are domesticated. Regardless, great shot! Love the clarity of the eye.


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