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June 26, 2009

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These photographs are great. It is almost as if the photographs capture the personality of the animals, especially of Snickers, Gotti and Sally. How I wish I had the talent to take photos like these.

Farm Sanctuary

Most of the photos were taken with a 16mm wide angle lens and a few were taken with a 15mm fisheye lens. Some fish eyes are circular and some are square, this particular one is square. You can check out more of Greg's photography at eyecontactphotography.com!

Ajlouny

I like that the snout on most of the animals is larger than the rest of the scene. Is that a circular lens? I have always been curious on how that's done?

Terhi

I love the pictures!! Thanks for posting them.

Sally

I'm so happy to see Sally outside now! And she has an awesome name!

Allison

These photos are absolutely amazing! Thanks for sharing. =)

Chris@HoundsGood

Sally looks so especially happy! I really like the photo of Plantain. Not too many take good rooster and chicken pics!

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