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By peter shilton  
This little chap was sitting on my feeder. He landed away from the house so I had to wait for him to turn round. It was shot through the double glazed patio door. IS0800, f5.6. Cropped a bit, and a hint of sharpening, 115%. Please feel free to comment and criticise.

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: phisher, pcjackso, TessC and 15 more

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Chant57 17 395 3 United Kingdom
5 Apr 2006 12:02AM
Good composition, colour and detail
Bluke 17 303 1 United Kingdom
5 Apr 2006 12:14AM
very good .... large virsion is excellent..
froggy 16 2 England
5 Apr 2006 1:40AM
Lovely clear shot. Looks like he's accusing you of distracting him from his dinner!

princezippy 17 58 United Kingdom
5 Apr 2006 5:56AM
Simon_Whitehouse 18 769 5 United Kingdom
5 Apr 2006 8:41AM
Looks slightly oversharpened to me, but it's still a fine shot.

TessC 17 1 Ireland
5 Apr 2006 11:03AM
Lovely shot, lovely guy!
pcjackso Junior Member 17 7
5 Apr 2006 12:16PM
Lovely colourful shot
draxwayze 19 74
19 Apr 2006 11:42PM
Through double-glazing! You must have a great window-cleaner! Nice, crisp shot. Purists might say the feeder takes it 'out of the wild', but I like this.
AlanBW 17 20 England
30 Apr 2006 7:36AM
This is a cracking shot - the detail and colour are superb - deserves a lot more clicks. Your pf is very good indeed.
Mavis 20 143 2 England
9 Jun 2006 1:07AM
He's a beauty . Nice and large in frame and lovely colours .
tepot 18 4.4k United Kingdom
27 Aug 2006 1:28AM
i wouldn't worry about the noise here Pete, in this case it adds to the image.
brianquinn 15 243 1 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2007 10:13PM
He's a fat wee git isn't he? Cracking shot!
bigtony 20 200
30 Jun 2007 10:38PM
brilliant photography mate

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