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Thank you your help for the I D of the California Quail.Another shot behind mesh so not perfect .It was so high up so decided to crop the picture like this..Lin
A very shy little bird, well captured. Carol
Lovely colours here Lin.
Fine capture Lin, nice detail,
Beautiful Canary shot Lin, i used to keep these so have a soft spot for them
What an endearing shot, Lin - well detailed.
lovely shot again Lin
Where's the puddy cat! Lovely picture Lin.
Lovely Tweety Pie - super capture Lin.
Lovely shoy Lin. Cathy
I do love the colour of this bird's plumage.
Soft and colourful!
Despite the mesh, you did well, Lin.
I hope you won't mind me giving you a suggestion.
Quote: It was so high up so decided to crop the picture like this
If your original has more space at the bottom, I would suggest leaving it there, not cropping it off.
I find this difficult to explain, but will try.
If you give space as if you had the whole bird in the frame, then a bit more beneath it, it looks better.
It's all in the mind, the way the viewer sees it.
Your bird is sitting right on the frame edge here and although I appreciate that your angle prevented the inclusion of its feet, the tight crop doesn't give the impression of it being high up, whereas more space at the bottom would do that. Here it looks more like it's "squatting down".
Such a lovely coloured bird.
What a beautiful colour he is, well captured
beautiful colours,lovely catchlight!!!!
He is very sweet your tweet!
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