Hi, Judy, very vibrant and I love it! It glows (in the dark or in the daylight) The fence is an added touch. It reminds me of a batik.
Linz, beautiful texture work and the halo should be an easy fix. Take care
Hi, Amol, great textures! I think I'd be tempted to crop the grasses out completely and just have an abstract alligator leg I posted one similar
Hello all, thanks for your comments and suggestions.
Morkel, I will look at brightening the foreground a little more, think that will
Hi, Michael, whatever you did is way too technical for me but I'm enchanted by the result.
Diane, I think the distortions are from a thin gauzy curtain. Anita, I'll give the sepia a try - I'm still trying to figure out how Dennis made his changes
Thanks for your comments, Morkel, Anette and Diane Actually I have a different version with more taken off of the left side that I like better.
Good point John . Its the main branch the larger passerines land on such as Crows, jays etc I could clone it out but where do you stop.
I agree with the previous comments. The large amount of white in the background is distracting so if it could be darkened down would help I think.
I love the sky but agree with Anette -- I'd like to see a comparison with less contrast on the ground and building.
One morning in SE Brazil this guy showed up (literally) right in front of my hotel room. He sat there eating fruits for over an hour. I took about 1000
At pool no.3. Bird in the process of "paddling" wich they do to bring up food. Gulls do it too.
Piy about the reflection
Feeder set up, early April in Northern Minnesota, during a past "finch" year. I like the squarish crop here, though I know it will not be everyone's
Captured at Ft. DeSoto North Beach last Sunday. Although it was pretty quiet, there was a mixed flock of Willetts, a Curlew or two, the
Here's another frame from my encounter with this handsome drake a week or so ago. C&C always appreciated.
D7000, 700mm, ISO 1250, 1/500s
We went back to Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge for a last look before we head home tomorrow.
It was cloudy and the birds were not moving
Greetings. This one will take a little explaining...
A quick candid while birding got me this blur
Canon 7D Canon 500mm f4 L IS ISO 400 1/320 sec f6.3
Slight desaturation of yellows in the background, selective sharpening, mod NR to background.
An African Fish Eagle with a Tiger fish.
Taken from a boat on the Rufiji River, Selous GR- Tanzania.
D3s 500 f/4 VRII f/5.6 1/1600s
Taken During my work in the Everglades National Park. I was fortunate to have an opportunity to work with this super mom... One of the most successful