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6 Jan 2012 7:15PM
Beautiful capture!
Sam.

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Maiwand Plus
10 3 72 England
6 Jan 2012 8:32PM
Fine Robin capture Janet.
Ron
Thank you Sam and Ron.
annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
7 Jan 2012 5:35PM
how nicely he stand out against the grey environment!
Yes he was positioned much better than the Great Tit that was deeper into the bushSmile
teocali Plus
8 441 18 England
10 Jan 2012 9:50AM
Delightful Robin capture and pose, Janet - lovely plumage tones and great catchlight in the eye.
Sylvia
10 Jan 2012 10:18AM
Thanks Sylvia this is with my 500mm zoom a lense that I sometimes struggle to get good sharp images with. But you know what they say A poor workman always blames his toolsWink
danbrann Plus
12 631 17
10 Jan 2012 11:08AM
A cracking capture although rather small in the frame.
PaulLiley 7 2 13 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2012 2:08PM
Wonderfully natural setting. Paul
FeatherFriend 9 38 217 England
10 Jan 2012 3:14PM
Hi Janet, you have captured a fine Robin here.....just one point though, at the moment you have the bird pretty well central in the frame.......you need far less canvas on the left to give the bird space to look into, this will improve your composition. Your previous shot was about right, hope that helps,
Geoff.

Quote:A cracking capture although rather small in the frame.
Dan thanks for looking an commenting I ummed and arhed about cropping this and I see exactly what you mean.

Quote:Wonderfully natural setting. Paul
Paul thanks I am glad you like the setting I am trying to get natural shots but they do pose quite a few probs.

Quote:Hi Janet, you have captured a fine Robin here.....just one point though, at the moment you have the bird pretty well central in the frame.......you need far less canvas on the left to give the bird space to look into, this will improve your composition. Your previous shot was about right, hope that helps,
Geoff.

Geoff really appreciate you taking time to comment, SmileI kept looking at this not sure whether to crop or not, as something just didn`t look right. I see what you mean, placed where he is just doesn`t work.

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