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A quick view of Annette's recent activity.

  • Robin singing

    Lovely photo of a cheeky robin and number 2 is indeed a juv siskin
    • 23 Jan 2009 10:48PM
  • hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil

    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!
    • 23 Jan 2009 10:44PM
  • A Goose

    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
    • 23 Jan 2009 10:31PM
  • in flight

    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.
    • 23 Jan 2009 1:25PM
  • Swan Pool

    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.
    • 23 Jan 2009 11:47AM
  • Roller

    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.
    • 23 Jan 2009 11:41AM
  • View to Skiddaw

    This is a stunning piece of photography, love it!
    • 19 Jan 2009 11:48AM
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  • Well you did a brilliant job as always. Wish I had seen it!