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where the picture itself shows what went wrong - but is a keeper still eg due to accident and/or magic give it a proper tiltle - ideally hinting what was planned and/or went wrong include a description what was planned and why you like it still it may be anything from funny mishaps, to unplanned background, to motive running out of frame or focus - be creative!
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I was trying to capture a squirrel, slowly approaching closer. When I was pressing the button the squirrel suddenly jumped away. Picture was cropped.
|Submitted:||Tuesday, 5th February, 2013 08:48 (GMT)|
|Taken:||Sunday, 30th September, 2012|
|Focal length:||40.1 mm|
|Shutter speed:||1/160 sec|
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