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Robin singing

Robin singing by gerrymac

Lovely photo of a cheeky robin and number 2 is indeed a juv siskin

hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil

hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil by Pauledge

This is a beautiful photo of Marbled teal. They are grouped together really nicely. If you raised the levels somewhat the photo would lighten considerably and these birds would really shine!

A Goose

A Goose by betts

Where was this shot taken? It looks like some kind of Swan goose hybrid maybe with canada goose. If in a public park could be Chinese goose (pilgrim goose)X Canada goose

in flight

in flight by pluckyfilly

Pluckyfilly head on shots like this are always going to be difficult but i think you did a great job. Not sure how much cropping was done here but well done and i have included a mod.

Swan Pool

Swan Pool by AndyPandy

I think swans are a great subject for bird photography. They have such wonderful poses and the light on them can be amazing. They are great birds to learn exposures on too. Photograph them in a mixture of light including backlit by the sun and see what effect you get. You will learn alot by doing this. Well done on your first effort.


Roller by Averil

Beautiful bird. It looks like there is an issue with focusing here however. Most of the focus is centred on the foliage below and not on the bird. When shooting birds close up concentrate on the head. In close ups like this it is far more important to get the head in focus. It is also quite noisy. Some kind of noise reduction software would help here or simply isolate the bird and some of the fore vegetation and blur the rest slightly.

View to Skiddaw

View to Skiddaw by wamp

This is a stunning piece of photography, love it!

Brighton Scooter

Brighton Scooter by StephenBrighton

Wonderfully original, very refreshing. You have a good eye, well done!

Going Nowhere

Going Nowhere by JudyHoff

For my liking the composition is far too tight. When you are taking a photograph or creating the composition always have in mind why you took the shot in the first place.The concept of the shot is to show the car in a deserted area so I think much more range is needed around the car to show more of the environ and give the shot more feel.

The Eye at night

The Eye at night by alfpics

Still a beautiful piece of night photography. Those colours are lovely and excellent composition.

Quick Stop!

Quick Stop! by taggart

Beautiful colours in that bg and the bird is wonderfully sharp. Excellent photo.

snowy mountains

snowy mountains by davidcollins

Nice to know what inspired you to take the photograph. Beautiful lighting. A well thought out composition.

"Follow the Light"

"Follow the Light" by Westie

A most intoxicating image. Who wouldnt want to see what is through the arch? Beautiful.

Common Whitethroat

Common Whitethroat by nigelpye

Awee doesnt he make you yearn for spring! A lovely close up Nigel.

Full Steam Ahead

Full Steam Ahead by fentiger

This shot reminds me of the late Fred Dibnah who used to live just donwn the road from me and who brought steam trains and engineering so freely and enjoyably to the masses. A lovely shot full of character.


Goldcrest by DavidWhistlecraft

That is an amazing shot Dave! So rarely do we see these birds singing like that. The light on it is just perfect. Great stuff!

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Added Date: 23/01/2009 - 11:38 AM

Well you did a brilliant job as always. Wish I had seen it!