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Sayre Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 44 W: 2 N: 30] (164) [2009-09-16 12:17]

This is a truly incredible shot! I like this one much better than the first one of the dragonfly. The background colors on this one add a nice contrast to the dragonfly itself. You have a good DOF and the detail you managed to get on the dragonfly is just incredible! Great Job! :)
TFS Steph

Sayre Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 44 W: 2 N: 30] (164) [2009-01-05 0:12]

This is an Amazing catch! I love how all the lines lead you into the bird. The placement of the bird in the second third of the photo adds greatly as well. The colors helps make it a very serene setting. This is a great photograph. Well done!
TFS Steph

Sayre Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 44 W: 2 N: 30] (164) [2008-12-16 11:18]

This is a truly incredible picture! I love the contrast and composition. The DOF is great as well. This is really one of the best landscapes I've ever seen.
TFS
Steph

Sayre Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 44 W: 2 N: 30] (164) [2008-11-09 21:36]

I love how you managed to capture the bird with its wings up in clear detail, while still having some of the branching in the foreground out of focus. I think it adds nice depth and framing to your image. Great shot!
TFS
Steph

Sayre Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 44 W: 2 N: 30] (164) [2008-10-08 14:17]

This is a Gyrfalcon. They are bigger, and the white with grey speckles, where peregrines are more tan and browns. This is a great shot though. I love the detail on the face.
TFS Steph

Sayre Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 44 W: 2 N: 30] (164) [2008-09-26 17:10] [+]

This is a great shot, I love the detail in the face. It really makes you try and figure out what he's thinking. However, I do have to correct you on something...this is actually a Greenwing Macaw, not a Scarlet. Greenwings are bigger, have green instead of yellow in their wing, and they have red markings on their face where the scarlets have no markings on their face. This is one of the most common mistakes of bird identification. Just wanted to update you. Really nice shot though.
TFS Steph

Sayre Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 44 W: 2 N: 30] (164) [2008-08-30 17:31]

This is a truly incredible macro shot Penny! What remarkable detail you got! I think the focus being blurred in the foreground and background really helps draw you into the spider. I also love the directionality of the spider's shadow. This is a truly remarkable photo!
TFS
Steph

Sayre Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 44 W: 2 N: 30] (164) [2008-06-27 13:21]

What a truly magnificent capture! Great sharpness and detail. Nice POV too.
TFS
Steph

Sayre Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 44 W: 2 N: 30] (164) [2008-05-05 20:09]

Great shot! Nice clear view of the birds and the nest. The coloring is good. Truly a great capture!
TFS Steph

Sayre Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 44 W: 2 N: 30] (164) [2008-04-24 11:46]

Good job spotting an owl in the day. I know it's not an easy thing to do. And, then to actually catch a clear shot before it flies off. I like how the eucalyptus branches behind the owl kinda frame it. Nice catch!
TFS Steph