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Peter Photoza

Free Member, Kirchdorf in Tirol

Big Mouth

Taken at Serengeti, Tanzania

Comments 20

  • Susie Q 04/30/2007 22:26

    Not gallery for me, sorry - contra ...
  • Sarah D. Kiefer 04/30/2007 22:26

    a low-end stock photo, sorry, contra. why do ppl refer to the gallery with a captial G?
  • ~Merlin~ 04/30/2007 22:26

  • Geoff Ashton 04/30/2007 22:26

    i like the moment
    and as it is wild you can´t allways choose the suroundings
    think you have better fotos than this
    but still just a pro
  • Dominique Duriot 04/30/2007 22:26

    nice shot but not gallery
  • Roberto Grilli 04/30/2007 22:26

    I can not see the Gallery quality here.
    Maybe much more detail/crop?
  • Abdul Khaliq 04/30/2007 22:26

  • Valfoto 04/30/2007 22:26

  • When 04/30/2007 22:26

    Sorry, no.
  • Tom McAlexander 04/30/2007 22:26

    Nice snap shot but not Gallery. c
  • Mark Johnston 04/30/2007 22:26

    If you can tell me why its a great shot I might take more time to consider it Peter.
  • Darinka Mladenovic 04/30/2007 22:26

    Wooooow PRO
  • Maguire 04/30/2007 22:26

    Hope that was a very, very long lens.. these beasties are very tempramental... or just plain mental. Sorry.. contra
  • Laki K. 04/30/2007 22:26

    for sure this photo makes a difference by have been in tanzania and having for sure memories connected to it, as a standalone photo, i m sorry, it doesnt work.
  • Dave Donaldson 04/30/2007 22:26

    Just a hippo sorry contra
  • Frank Cecconi 04/30/2007 22:26

    Better luck, next time, Peter...
  • °°° celle °°° 04/30/2007 22:26

    nothing special and the tonal value could been better

  • Peter Photoza 04/30/2007 22:26

    Great shot...
  • Peter Photoza 04/24/2007 12:10

    Thanks Steve, I always appreciate your comments! Peter!
  • Steve Bailey 04/23/2007 19:27

    Peter, how did you manage to get my Mother in LAW in such a position? Jokes aside this is a good image. Think you could have cropped either side and ended up with a portrait format?