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Old 04-27-2019   #1
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I like the comical effect of the corkscrewed base of the tail in the top image. That said, there isn't a lot in either of these images to provide scale showing that this a juvenile giraffe rather than a full-grown one. It also liiks like the back/sidelighting gave you trouble in the bottom image.
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