Nice Image. Good job on the exposure and details
Great flight Image, David. The pose, light and colors are perfect.
I was admiring the golden brown colors & the rough texture and did not notice the fluffy seeds at first. It would be nice to see them better.
Sweet little bird. Details, light, pose, ... all is great.
Beautiful clean Image with wonderful light. Love the pose, details, perch and BG.
This is really super. Great eye contact and details.
I like the flight pose, details in the plumage and eye contact. Lovely tones in this image.
Very good timing in this stunning image. Great composition and light. Love the BG
Great details and exposure control. Love the colors and wave.
Nice image! I like the inclusion of the setting.
It looks like you did a great job with the body, but the shadow is in a difficult spot
Untitled by dcstep, on Flickr
I'm a Floridian that lives in Colorado and I often find myself drawn to take images somewhat like this
The Mwagusi lion pride had killed this giraffe and baby (close by) earlier in the morning and were now feasting under a threatening sky
2 male cheetahs from a coalition of 4 males, in Madikwe Game Reserve.
Madikwe is known for having just a few cheetahs so we
Shot as the sun was disappearing behind me, this Carrion Crow is a large Male and always has his head feathers fluffed up, presumably to show off his
It's not every day you get to photograph shorebirds surrounded by fallen autumn leaves, so it was a fun opportunity to get this fella in such a setting
Taken in our meadow. 50mm lens, f4.5, 1/320, ISO 800.
I used two textures by Kim Klassen. Topaz Detail and basic adjustment layers.
An image from a few months back in the Darwin area in Northern Australia.
Canon EOS-1D X
Shooting Date/Time 07/11/13 08:46:10
Same image as before but different processing. Not sure what all I did to it but I used different blend modes and only one texture. Then I took the
Probably tried to load too big a file. This is White Shaman shelter. It sits high on a side canyon of the Pecos River just north of Hwy 90 on land
The emerald ash borers wiped out essentially all the ash trees in this region of the country. However, the roots of at least some must've survived, and