Lovely bird, well captured, good color coordination, perch.
I just returned home from 2 weeks visiting family in Arkansas and Dallas, TX. I love the deciduous woods of Arkansas, something I don't have in Colorado.
Wonderful shot! I wonder if you could bring out a bit more feather detail in the black areas of the back and the whites on the back of the head.
Awesome image Stuart!
Walking along the beach on Sanibel Island this morning I saw a Fish Crow on the flower of a Century Plant. I couldn't understand why it was there so I
Nick don't be sorry you made that Owl look a lot better than I ever could.
Hi Rachel, love the various tones of white, and Im fine with colour of the ice as presented. Im seeing a hint of ripples in the water in the upper water
lifted shadows a liitle
Hi Steve, excellent IQ on mom, and you have the colours spot on. The DOF on moms face and the part of the kill works well, and Im fine with the cub being
Hi Shawn, I have never seen this species before, and what a great image to show him off. Great eye contact, and you have brought all the detail so well,
This northern hawk owl was photographed a couple of winters ago in the sax zim bog of Northern Minnesota. The perch is set up, live mice were fed to
Here is an image that I got the other day of a Bufflehead Duck landing in one of our local river estuaries. He was just putting on the
Hi! Where is the best place for spoonbill pictures around both Tampa and Fort Meyers? I will be there Thursday-Saturday. Thanks!
Well not quite 50 but a lot. Another high key experiment from Svalbard. I wanted to retain the detail in the ice flow and in the polar bear while having
I had hoped to get to New Mexico to see the fall color and there were still a few trees hanging onto their leaves but most of them had fallen. This was
This young hippo, part of a larger pod, was very inquisitive and interested in us. It kept on bobbing up and down in the water as if is was peering over
At this location, the Egyptian Geese like to have their fly arounds an island where the herons and egrets nest. I managed to capture this guy as he flew
So I'm making one of my rare forays into OOTB. I was inspired by one of Denise Ippolito's blog posts to experiment with a threshold adjustment on some