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saeidNL 7 3 Netherlands
3 Jan 2012 7:43PM
A Superb capture,very well done,
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He looks really alert. Good image, Lou
3 Jan 2012 8:47PM
Brilliant shot!
Sam.
Norfolkboy 10 1 4 England
3 Jan 2012 10:09PM
Super image.
Colin
annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
3 Jan 2012 10:41PM
a lovely shot in a tricky situation.
3 Jan 2012 10:58PM
Lots of foliage well-avoided. Well done.
4 Jan 2012 10:11AM
Hi gretat detail, super regards gray.
Shroomer 9 14 167 England
4 Jan 2012 2:06PM
Nicely exposed and captured Janet, but unfortunately with so many twigs about it gives a busy feel to it and the eye keeps wandering about the image
Richard
Maiwand Plus
10 3 72 England
4 Jan 2012 4:18PM
Great shot Janet. Its always a bonus to capture the target with a clear and clean BG but I have to say that I personally see no problem with birds shown in their normal habitat. I like this one.
Ron
Gezina 10 3 6 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2012 6:36PM
Great eye with good colour and detail - however I have to echo Richards pointSad sorry - Ina
Hi Mossy Oak and Gezina Yes I see what you mean especially the sharp in focus branches they do distract and draw your eyeSmile Maiwand , I do like the natural location but I think because the branches are so sharply in focus that Mossy Oak is right.Wink Really appreciate your comments gives me more to work on and consider.Wink
5 Jan 2012 3:45PM
A very well captured shot, Janet, although I have seen many I have not managed to capture one yet.
Roy
PaulLiley 7 2 13 United Kingdom
5 Jan 2012 8:32PM
Some people are so super critical. Think it's a great shot. there are so many 'bird only on a single branch' pics around (and I include myself guilty) that I think a bird in it's natural surroundings rather than coherced into the open , is refreshing and has their place in bird photography. Love it. Paul
Paul thank you for your comments and complements much appreciated. I can see what Mossy Oak and Gezina are saying but it was fun and satisfying to get one actually in such a natural setting.

I think as with all photography it`s down to personal choice and its great to get the feedback and other peoples thoughts on my photographs.
PaulLiley 7 2 13 United Kingdom
5 Jan 2012 10:04PM

Quote:Paul thank you for your comments and complements much appreciated. I can see what Mossy Oak and Gezina are saying but it was fun and satisfying to get one actually in such a natural setting.

I think as with all photography it`s down to personal choice and its great to get the feedback and other peoples thoughts on my photographs.


That's my sentiments exactly. All the best for the New Year. looking forward to more uploads. Paul
Tibetan 4 3 England
16 Sep 2012 2:20PM
One of the most natural shots I have seen on here! good for you! I'm not cross eyed at all it's is spot on in my book of naturalness love it regards Leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
Leon thank you for your lovely words and taking the time to look at and comment on my photos.Smile

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