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CarolG Plus
10 198 19 Greece
30 Aug 2011 5:39PM
What a super close-up, Rachel. Carol

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Billyray 9 70 3 United Kingdom
30 Aug 2011 8:23PM
Superb detail and colour Rachael. The detail on the feathers is excellent.
Ray
SlowSong Plus
8 6.6k 29 England
31 Aug 2011 3:40PM
It always surprises me at how big the juveniles are compared with the adults. Lovely capture. Spot on timing.
Chris
Niknut Plus
6 1.3k 69 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2011 7:54PM
Beautiful shot !!!!!!!!
31 Aug 2011 8:34PM
Excellent detailed capture.
Dave
31 Aug 2011 10:28PM
Great details on this sweet shot!!...Kathy
shaver 8 8 England
1 Sep 2011 7:52AM
brilliant shot great detail great timing..wonderful
dbedford 8 6 England
1 Sep 2011 6:29PM
What a great image...one I can only dream of taking, very well done.

David
Maiwand Plus
10 3 72 England
3 Sep 2011 6:47PM
Beautiful shot Rachael captured at the perfect moment. My only thought ( just a personal opinion ) is that it is cropped just a tad too tight. You have fabulous detail on the birds but they do have the appearance of being tightly constrained. If the original would allow you could perhaps have shown a little more of the habitat.
I stress this is not a criticism but just a personal view.
Ron
4 Sep 2011 6:42PM
wow .... what Iwould do to get such an image ....
Rachel99 7 1 2 United Kingdom
4 Sep 2011 8:01PM

Quote:Beautiful shot Rachael captured at the perfect moment. My only thought ( just a personal opinion ) is that it is cropped just a tad too tight. You have fabulous detail on the birds but they do have the appearance of being tightly constrained. If the original would allow you could perhaps have shown a little more of the habitat.
I stress this is not a criticism but just a personal view.
Ron



Thanks Ron. I am very happy to receive any sort of feedback, especially from someone with wildlife shots of the quality of yours.
I fully agree about the crop, but the surroundings didn't allow a wider view, just more bird feeders and other garden distractions.
dbedford 8 6 England
3 Jul 2012 5:13PM
Lovely photo.... The kind of which I dream of taking.

David

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