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House Sparrow

By Manni1996  
This little sparrow was hiding in the spindly branches from Charlie the cat. I am going to enter the nhm wildlife photographer of the year and am trying to photograph different sorts of wildlife.

Tags: Pets and captive animals

Voters: jonah794, pluckyfilly, SteveMoulding and 2 more


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24 Jan 2010 3:23PM
I am going to enter the nhm wildlife photographer of the year and am trying to photograph different sorts of wildlife.

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pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
24 Jan 2010 4:13PM
go for it Manni but it takes a lot of patience and waiting around for the right shot, good luck - dont forget the tripod its essential in getting a sharp shot and you will be up against lots of good photographers, wondered where you were lately with not posting
24 Jan 2010 4:23PM

Quote:Go for it Manni but it takes a lot of patience and waiting around for the right shot, good luck - dont forget the tripod its essential in getting a sharp shot and you will be up against lots of good photographers, wondered where you were lately with not posting
I was really busy and have been recovering from toenail surgery, thats why I have not been posting. I used my tripod in this shot.
24 Jan 2010 4:24PM
Thanks for commenting
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 167 England
25 Jan 2010 7:15AM
This is a good start - the problem is all those branches have got in the way of your subject and taken the focus away from it. The bird is slightly soft.

Good luck with getting 'the' image for the competition. I do hope you are going to enter our Junior Competition on Saturday! Smile
MrsS 9 4.5k 18 England
25 Jan 2010 7:40PM
A good start, but it would be nice to see more of the bird - keep practising Smile

Fran x

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