Indian House Crow
- jignasi (27903)
- [2008-03-09 0:32]
Especie que yo desconocía Ram, donde se aprecian los rasgos de los córvidos. Buen encuadre y enfoque algo justo. Un abazo y gracias por tus comentarios: J. Ignasi
- jcoowanitwong (13676)
- [2008-03-09 1:16]
Nice shot at this Indian House Crow. Beautiful profile and color clarity. Lovely pov and composition. TFS this fine image.
- mariki (9477)
- [2008-03-09 1:19]
Very nice picture of this crow. Good POV and DOF. Nice colours.
- uleko (10940)
- [2008-03-09 1:33]
So we've both posted a Crow today! This is a fine capture of the Indian Crow in a good pose. I like the POV and it looks great against the fine background and I like the composition. Even though I'm not very fond of them they're very intelligent birds and rather beautiful too.
TFS and best wishes, Ulla
- Jamesp (18864)
- [2008-03-09 1:37]
As you say, a nice glossy specimen. To my eyes this is very similar to the Hooded Crow Ulla posted today - our are black.
Good pose and exposure.
- ellis49 (1908)
- [2008-03-09 3:15]
a nice picture of your crow, it's quite a like our hooded crow.
The picture is a bit soft but for hand held camera with 1/20sec
it's really good.
Well composed with good POV and fine DOF, the crow standout well. Good note too.
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2008-03-09 4:07]
Quite a good result for 1/20 sec. Indeed it is surprising that with all the Indian photographers on TN that there are few House Crows to look at. They are an attractive crow and it looks right at home amongst these cables and wires.
- smitha (4172)
- [2008-03-09 4:19]
What you said is absolutely true. May be that's the reason wy we see very few pictures of House Crows in TN. That reminds me , I have also taken a picture of House crow. I will also post it soon.
This is a very good picture of the House Crow. Good POV and DOF. You have caught a catch light too.:)
Thanks for the share,
- joey (24881)
- [2008-03-09 7:45]
nice image of this Crow.
It looks like it's up to no good :-)
I know it's not natural but I like how all the wires lead the eye straight to the bird.
Good lighting and exposure.
Slightly un-sharp but that is due to the low shutter-speed so couldn't really be helped, except by a tripod, monopod or maybe a flash.
Excellent DOF and BG.
Well done my friend.
- nasir-ahmed (4)
- [2008-03-09 8:19]
Excellent bird shot,Well Done.
- eqshannon (31110)
- [2008-03-09 8:45]
The crossed perch and such make it an almost symbolic image considering it is a crow...there is more to this picture in psychology and such than meets the eye..it takes a bit of thinking..or perhaps I think too much..as my wife suggests...but overall a fine image Ram...you are a dedicated man..I hope you are enjoying your retirement in this way as I am.
- matatur (5312)
- [2008-03-09 11:35]
Your now famous electric wires produced yet another fine bird specimen Ram, the soft-focus effect of the hand held capture gave an innocent air to this fine looking crow, but we know they don't have anything in common with innocence! eh friend?
- iris (3088)
- [2008-03-09 21:42]
You picked a good subject, a very common but interesting creation.
Their presence has such an important impact on our daily lives, yet the "crow" is a bird to shooes away:(
Perhaps it is only the lens of a camera that can see it in different light.Some of them look really the dark and handsome kind:)
Nice composition with good detail. A bit of blur seen, but i guess this was a quick deft one done so as not to miss the moment.
TFS & Cheers
- goldyrs (11415)
- [2008-03-10 8:11]
Very nice Shot Sir!
Very sharp, and presented very well!
- jeanpaul (14958)
- [2008-03-10 15:00]
Belle photo avec une belle composition. La corneille est un oiseau méfiant donc difficile à photographier. Le détail du plumage montre bien la bonne exposition.
merci et au revoir...JP