This is the original image of yesterdays shot without any cropping or cloning.
Still a nice shot, great work on yesterday's!
11 Jun 2008 9:54am
:) Perfect work on yesterday's!
11 Jun 2008 10:54am
i prefer yesterday's shot...but this one has its own merits too! I think it is hilarious how the guys in the background are checking you out! They probably feel like the paparazzi just showed up!
@Tracey: I think you are right!
I think I like this one - the donkey is a little more balanced in this one, and I actually like the people in this one - they are interested in you interested in them......
Thanks for including this one - I now appreciate your cloning work even more!!
11 Jun 2008 11:10am
I like both in their own different ways...great work Craig!
11 Jun 2008 11:11am
Wow, it shows you did some very good work on cloning in yesterday's image. I'm looking at that man behind the donkey outside that door. Yesterday, there was just the door and I'd not have guessed any of it was cloned.
11 Jun 2008 11:22am
11 Jun 2008 12:35pm
what a fine light on this hard working animal!
11 Jun 2008 12:41pm
Brilliant cloning work on yesterday's shot Craig, that is definately a technique I'm interested in learning.
I like this shot too.
11 Jun 2008 1:25pm
Yesterday's looked more sad, but I love both I just wish he wasn't burdened so much :)
11 Jun 2008 1:43pm
@Lorraine: Farm animals in China carry a heavy burden. But we don't treat them any better in the USA. Ever been to a feed lot? It is sick how we abuse them. I don't blame the feedlots though; I blame the public who bury their heads and look the other way. Thanks for your comments Lorraine, they are always appreciated!
I like both, but find yesterday's a bit better because it is more focussed on the donkey...
11 Jun 2008 2:29pm
You've captured a fine scene!
11 Jun 2008 3:44pm
Thats a hard working donkey, good capture, lovely light to work with there.
11 Jun 2008 5:29pm
Just lovely! Not something we see here everyday! Nice shot :)
11 Jun 2008 6:05pm
When we modern people talk about "marketing" we always must keep in mind the its roots, of which your picture is an excellent illustration! Thanks for reminding and sharing.
11 Jun 2008 7:23pm
Very cool what you did Craig between the two shots... each has it's merits. But I think yesterday's is my fav especially because of the faces in the window with all the other people cloned out. Great shot either way!!
11 Jun 2008 9:44pm
You did a great work on yesterday's one but I prefer the atmoshere in this one Craig.
11 Jun 2008 10:32pm
I prefer this one I think. Nice shot Craig.
13 Jun 2008 5:10pm
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