Thanks Satish and Arthur for the comments.
Yes Arthur, this is shot from my truck window.
Wonderfully done. Love the sharpness, the feather detail (especially on the face), and the BKGR. When I saw the thumbnail I thought "Captive."
Sharp and gorgeous. EXP right on. I would take a nice bit off the bottom--we generally want more room above the bird than below. Then I would lose
Good job with getting the whole thing in the frame but the image is just too dingy for me....
Magnificent image, Daniel.
Looks like he is feeling alone there, but with inquisitive look. Love the fine super sharpnees, great exposure and of
Love the wet miserable look to the owl. Very nice perch, and I like the crop. I also like Grace's idea. I thought I saw a bit of a blue cast so I'm
Grace, what a pretty picture!! Love everything about it...low angle, techs, colours. A+
Gorgeous image of beautiful bird with lovely colors, Grace.
Love the pose with nice HA, beautiful eye and with great super fine details,nice blues
Extremely beautiful bird with lovely colors. ( fully agree with you ). BG colors are very nicely complimenting with his colors.
Though perch is
Image was created today morning. NR applied to BG. Cropped and sharpened.
ISO: 400, 1/1000 @ F: 5.6. Manual mode.
WB: Auto. HH. Canon:
A farm lane in Eastern Pennsylvania as seen on an overcast, slightly foggy December Morning.
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What do you think? Pretty
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Zeiss Distagon 18mm with
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