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Autumn Great Tit

By teocali
A Great Tit (Parus major), taken in our garden a while ago. The red-orange background is from the OOF foliage of a large Japanese Acer shrub, which can be dazzling at this time of the year (if the leaves don't fall off beforehand in windy weather!)

Grateful thanks for your C&Cs for last upload, with a special thank you to Mike(Mike_Smith) for the GEA and to Bob(bobpaige1) and Mara(Marasuikka) for the much appreciated awards Smile

Tags: Red Nature Orange Autumn colours Garden bird Great tit Parus major Wild bird Wildlife and nature Japanese acer

Voters: mike9005, Saastad, PhilT2 and 40 more

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Saastad Plus
1 16 14 Norway
24 Sep 2020 9:50AM
Lovely photography!

Arne Smile
24 Sep 2020 10:10AM
Excellent pose and detail, really stands out against that beautiful background,
Fred.
24 Sep 2020 11:41AM
Gorgeous capture.
Sylvia
viscostatic 14 47 9 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2020 11:46AM
Beautiful light and colours.

Phil.
24 Sep 2020 12:30PM
Beautiful image. Another of your wonderful backgrounds.
24 Sep 2020 1:29PM
Beautiful image
Mike_Young Plus
14 27 12 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2020 1:56PM
Super capture
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2020 2:00PM
Beautiful subject, Lovely capture...
Isabel GrinGrin
Lillian Plus
11 23 17 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2020 2:58PM
against the background Sylvia
this Great Tit really stands out beautifully
24 Sep 2020 3:04PM
Excellent colour and detail shows up so well against such a lovely background, very well captured Sylvia.
David
24 Sep 2020 3:20PM
Fabulous backgroundSmileSmile, lovely pose and excellent detail Sylvia.SmileSmile
bricurtis Plus
15 2.3k 50 England
24 Sep 2020 8:17PM
Beautiful colour and detail in its plumage Syvia - that Acer provides a great bg.
Brian.
johnke Plus
7 223 16 England
25 Sep 2020 8:26AM
Plumage detail is wonderful Sylvia and the eye is of exceptional quality

I must admit the BG color is stunning and I also think your composition to be

very well done with the bird well placed....John

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