As you should be. Can't see any flaws in the photo or the subject. Thanks for sharing.
I wonder if you could give details of the camera settings and whether or not it's post-processed on your Picasa site if it isn't too much work?
The details are available in Picasa. Just click the 'more info' button to the right of "Photo information" and you'll get this : --
9 Feb 2010
1600Ã—1203 pixels â€“ 179KB
Camera: EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
Model: KODAK Z650 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
Exposure: 1/400 sec
Focal Length: 39.5mm
Flash Used: No
Latitude: 36.533174Â° S
Longitude: 174.711306Â° E
The geographical information comes from Google Maps after I put in the approximate location of the photograph there, I don't have a GPS device or anything like that!
I'm still trying to work out the Focal Length information. On the camera for this image it is reported as 'f = 247mm (35mm)' but Picasa reports it as '39.5mm'
And when the zoom is at 'normal' it is reported on the camera as 'f = 38mm (35mm)'.
And when the zoom is at 10 x it is reported on the camera as 'f = 380mm (35mm)'.
So, it appears that by dividing the focal length, on the camera, by 38 I get the number of times magnification used. But this does not seem to be transferred to the Picasa information, so I have a bit more digging to do.
Now having looked at a few more photos it appears that the focal length reported in Picasa has been divided by 6.3 approximately. Not sure why or what's going on there!