Nice moment and nicely captured.
I apologize for my late acknowledgement of your contribution, but I had eye problems...thanks for adding your work to my theme
I am amazed, how close the parent let you come without hiding the baby! I also notice the thickening (like Arthritis :-)) of the legs. I wonder if this evolved, because they are rather tall birds with thin legs. The ostrich babies on our farm had the same odd knots
Thanks again, warm greetings
Lol! Cool Zebras!
This is a very beautiful panorama with a good composition and with even better exposure control. The soft light has certainly given this photo a wonderful touch ad has this feel of freshness to it. I also like the little blanket of fog on the right side of the photo given me the idea that this photo was taken early in the day.
P.S. as for the less human settlements, I see plenty across the lake.
A nice panorama of a beautiful landscape. intense colours and good sharpness.
fantastic sighting! its so hard to capture this butterfly! luck plays a major role in photographing these magnificent creatures.. which i always lack! tfs!
La publication est intéressante mais le cadrage est trop serré (ou la photographie trop petite) pour apprécier pleinement la finesse des détails ; par contre la lumičre est excellente.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.
Nice capture with great colors and details!
Interesting colours of this butterfly.Good photo.Best regards.Alin.
Beautiful composition and colors, sharpness is also OK. I really like the way You composed the branch into the photo as a diagonal line. The beautiful fungi belong to Coltricia genus without doubt, most probably they are Coltricia cinnamomea or something else very similar.
Tfs, cheers from Hungary, László