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Robin in the Snow with attitude

By Ken_Jackson
On a recent trip to the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park on a cold wintery day, hoping for a nice scenic landscape. A robin detected some intrusion on its territory, and was very determined to ensure its displeasure was known. Yes, another robin in the snow picture, but I just liked it.

Shutter: 1/60 s
Aperture: F6.3
Flash: No
ISO: 100
Focal length: 300.0 mm
Lens: 100-300mm F4.5-5.6

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: User_Removed, lifesnapper, ChrisWallace and 33 more

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21 Jan 2010 9:59PM
Maybe another Robin in the snow picture...but great detail on the feathers. Nice shot.


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KBan 12 501 4 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2010 10:03PM
like it Ken, good side on pose and some good detail and colour
RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
21 Jan 2010 10:23PM
Very nice shot, Ken. The detail is excellent, nice 'pose' and with a good catch of light in the eye. Nice work.
dathersmith 10 559 12 England
21 Jan 2010 10:24PM
Excellent colour and detail.

GHGraham 8 7 10 Scotland
21 Jan 2010 10:40PM
A robin in the snow is about as common as lamposts.
borrower 8 4 England
21 Jan 2010 11:41PM
Gorgeous image

22 Jan 2010 8:15AM
Good capture,
22 Jan 2010 3:42PM
Beautiful shot

bricurtis Plus
12 2.2k 49 England
24 Jan 2010 11:17AM
V2 looks to be best here- gets my vote
V1 lacks sharpness around the head and breast and the snow is overexposed.
11 Jun 2010 8:30PM
unbelievable clear and full of details. Great captured! Thanks for posting!
digiphoto 15 40 12 England
11 Jun 2010 8:32PM
I to go for V.2 The "This is my territory" look is more apparent. Beautiful detail in the bird. perhaps the snow needs some burning in or tweaking in levels on a seperate layer. Tony.
Superbly sharp and stunning fine detail. Excellent colours and a great pose.

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