Thanks for the warm welcome back and the comments on my picture. This first class picture reminds me what i have been missing. Good focusing and detail along with natural colours. Well taken TFS.
Hi Brenda. Thanks for you kind comments on my bird picture. Along with the green star. Well i can see you also like taken bird pictures. Coming from Florida you will see many with bright colours. You have captured this Honey Creeper with go detail an colours.
Well taken TFS.
Firstly a very big thanks for the welcome back after a long time away. I hope now with more time on my hands i will be able to enjoy TN again. Looking at your wonderfull pictures i can see i have missed a lot.
I have chosen this one because we can see the eye so well. Your high shutter speed has frozen the water droplets.Good use off the light . has given natural colours. Well taken and TFS.
With Regard to you my fried.
Thank you for the welcome back. I have gone back to this picture taken in March. Being that i love bird pictures and this one shows bright lighting with natural colours. The male Mallard was moving fast but you were still able to capture a good reflction. Well taken.
Firstly thank you for the comments on my Robin the first in a very long time. Life seems to have been so busy.
I see you are still writing some interesting notes to go with your pictures.
I must say this is a fine looking animal your picture shows it off so well. The eyes looking straight at you. With very good detail in the fur. Well taken and thanks for sharing this .
Hi Les. This year we have seen many Starlings late in the afternoon flying together its a great sight. From your close up we can see all of the different markings in the feathers. Which will become more coloured in the spring. well taken TFS.
Hello Luciano. I hope you are well. You have take a first class close up of this big and bold flower compleat with the small insect as a bonus. Your top POV lets us see right down into the flower head. well taken TFS.
Hello Peter. I hope you are keeping well. Congrats for a first on TN with this bird from the Philippines . Its easy to see why its called this. It looks some ways like are Wood Pigeon. You are lucky to have a bird house with so many birds to see.
Hello Sivio . I hope you are well. I see you are still turning out beautiful pictures of butterflies. Your top POV lets us see all of the wing markings with your sharp focusing and rich colours. Regards Nick.
Hello Ivan.I hope you and Ulla are both well. You picure takes me back to the spring down by the local river. It's a good area for the Banded Demoiselle . Your side view shows the insect of to its best with fine detail and bright natural colours.