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12 Jan 2008 10:58PM
May well have been a crappy day, but you seem to have done alright with it! Well done,
Ali

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dark_lord Plus
12 1.8k 338 England
12 Jan 2008 10:59PM
crappy day but if this was the only shot you got it was worth it!
User_Removed Junior Member 10 16 England
12 Jan 2008 11:03PM
Excellent bird portrait!
Andrew
Newtman 10 2 5
12 Jan 2008 11:04PM
Another lovely shot. Well done.
fishy2 9
12 Jan 2008 11:06PM
very good detail.
jase.
exposure Plus
12 3.9k England
12 Jan 2008 11:51PM
Brilliant d.o.f lovely bird detail and catchlight tones and composition.
Pauline.
sparklep 9 146 1
12 Jan 2008 11:53PM
One of the most stunning bird pictures I have seen. such clarity and beautiful detail. You should be proud.
andrewrit 9 3 Northern Ireland
13 Jan 2008 12:14AM
This is a wonderful image.
Andy
albi 12 68 1 England
13 Jan 2008 8:40AM
Nice capture mate, great blog too... Smile

Tony
csurry 14 9.2k 92
13 Jan 2008 3:12PM
Looks a tad ovesharpened, but a great shot.
13 Jan 2008 5:53PM
very nice shot,well captured!
leeg 13 165
13 Jan 2008 6:47PM
It is oversharpened as I reduced it from 720 to 600 and gave it a cheeky blast. Surprised you're the only one that mentioned it ;o)

Thanks for the comments
csurry 14 9.2k 92
14 Jan 2008 10:20AM
That's me Graham! I just thought it was unusual for you to be so careless Wink
leeg 13 165
15 Jan 2008 8:19PM

Quote:That's me Graham! I just thought it was unusual for you to be so careless


:o)
7 Apr 2008 3:18PM
Nice capture. We just don't see these down here in any numbers.
Dave
deemac 11 6 11 United Kingdom
15 Jun 2008 12:40AM
I figured it was about time it got its 30th vote - even if it was over-sharpened :o) Sometimes those crappy overcast days work in our favour... how many times have you been photographing razorbills, guillemots, or puffins and cursed the high contrast?! You've given this snow bunting your usual great treatment of low angle and lovely DOF - goes without saying for you really. So when can we expect more from you? Or are you now willing to sell that damned lens to me? :o)

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