Views: 330 (174 Unique) 
Vote 63
Award Shortlist   

Take your photography to the next level and beyond...

  • NEWS

Why not join for free today?

Join for Free

Your total photography experience starts here


Jalapeno 6 127 2 Iceland
2 Apr 2010 1:30PM
Nice details!!! wow!

Join ePHOTOzine for free and remove these adverts.

2 Apr 2010 1:42PM
lovely shot
2 Apr 2010 1:45PM
Yes for you this is a bit in yer face, But it shows great detail, I love these birds
jonah794 7 1.7k 11 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2010 2:20PM
Lovely details, I like the DOF and tree Smile
Well done! Smile
Vince_S 6 10 England
2 Apr 2010 2:38PM
Nicely detailed image.
Oliverpants 7 2 2 England
2 Apr 2010 2:38PM
Fabulous shot. Ann
KBan 11 494 4 England
2 Apr 2010 3:32PM
lovely......Comp. spot on for me
alfie99 8 1 Wales
2 Apr 2010 3:44PM
very very nice crisp detaied shot,,spot on ...aled
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
2 Apr 2010 4:14PM
Superb detail here, Cheryl, and best viewed 'large' to truly appeciate that. Lovely work.
csurry 14 9.2k 92
2 Apr 2010 4:22PM
Thanks all.

Got to get back to the jobs now, have just caught up in the gallery.

Hopefully have more time tomorrow if I can get quite a bit more done now - was hoping to play around with a new website but not to be today.
Steve_S Plus
10 180 3 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2010 7:09PM
Excellent capture Cheryl, cracking detail
7 10 10 England
2 Apr 2010 7:46PM
Excellent image.
Gezina 10 3 6 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2010 7:56PM
Cracking detail - in large you can clearly see the threads of sticky food - well timed shot -Ina
2 Apr 2010 10:45PM
Superb detail,comp and timing Cheryl !!
Shroomer 9 14 167 England
3 Apr 2010 12:50PM
Superb sharp capture Cheryl and like the balance of light here. Congrats on the EC
Have to ask, are the 2 streaks at the top pieces of wood as it drums, guessing they are
csurry 14 9.2k 92
3 Apr 2010 12:58PM
Streaks of sleet Richard. A couple of frames on and the sleet is more noticeable but the woodpecker has a dirty beak by then.

The funny thing is where this is taken this is supposed to be a feeding perch rather than a photographic one. That is, one to attract the birds in, but not photogenic in its own right. Shame the woodpeckers don't realise that as they tend to stay longest here and are closest to the hide.

Looks like frame-fillers are the order of the day, but I think I'll stick to trying the environmental look Wink

Thanks all. Thanks Pete.
Very Nice Shot

Sign In

You must be a member to leave a comment.

ePHOTOzine, the web's friendliest photography community.

Join For Free

Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more.