Good capture Natley nice balance and DOF. Cropped a little tight for me I like to see a little more space around the subjects it gives them room to breathe. If that is not possible then less to the right and more to the left gives the elephant room to travel.
WEll done to you
Nice image here. Unusual to use square format, nice move but it doesn't work for everybody or every image. Brings out the color and the left side of the image is striking and well balanced, but I think the crop is a bit tight at the top. I don't know what manipulation program you use, I would clean up the bottom right and left of the image.The debris in the water and the foliage is a distraction to the impact and purity of the reflection.
In all a very striking image with wonderful color. Isn't nature magic!
This is an excellent image. The background highlights the color of the birds very well indeed.
Beautiful clarity, well captured. We can almost hear the song
Nice capture striking contrast between the color of the bird and the dark background. Well done with the dof.
Nice composition, good representation of the harsh winter and harsh life of survival.Good choice of f stop blends the snow and sky horizon well.
innovative process for this image great result. Enjoy your new camera. Look forward to some more wonderful images. Regards
Good image Luis, I understand this species is a favorite of bird fanciers as a pet and may be taught to talk! You caught this one well given the harsh light and dense foliage. TFS
Nice capture you have here. By the ruffled feathers it appears to be windy on this day. Interesting that this species nests in tunnels in embankments and there may be evidence of this in the background. TFS
Good image of this interesting species. Mostly nocturnal the are not easy to find during daylight. They usually spend this time roosting in dense cover, TFS
TFS, Did not realize that the Black Crowned night Heron and the Rufous Night Heron hybridized. You may like to refer to Common Coastal Birds Of Florida and the Caribbean David W Nellis. Has some interesting information. I see you reference Scientific Web for your information.
Well done. Enjoyed your post