Great winter time scene, love the bit of snow on the squirrel as he sits 'hidden' from you... but not from your camera, lol. Nice POV and good DOF. Lovely catch light in the eye.
Now why can't I get shots like this, lol... you make me jealous, Alex ! Seriously, though, it is a superb action capture. Perfect in every way, what can I say. Lovely detail, crisp, clear... just lovely. Well done, you !
Lovely shot of this interesting beetle... and I thought the wood-borer in the USA had an unusual anatomy, lol. Very nice composition and colors are bright but natural. Good sharpness and detail.
What a lovely photo ! Excellent colors, great use of DOF, and super POV. Details are sharp and clear... I want to reach out and stroke it ! Very, very nice, TFS, Mish
Great shot, Joey, excellent composition, superb use of DOF to make the subject stand out. Colors are natural, the detail and sharpness exceptional. Great work !
Beautiful composition and colors are super. The focus is a little soft, more detail on the birds would have been nice. Great POV and good DOF.
Lovely photo. Very nice composition and detail. The bird is quite distinct and yet the photo shows how well this little bird can blend into the winter landscape. Nice exposure and good POV.
Well done, a great capture.
Gorgeous bird, making such a striking contrast to the greenery around it. Very nice capture, lovely pose the bird is in, good catch light in the eye. Good POV and your DOF is excellent. Colors are vivid and detail in the image is good.
There does seem to be a bit of noise in the background that you could, perhaps, edit out for better effect.
All in all it is a beautiful photo.
Lovely shot, well composed, great POV. DOF wide enough to include the desert and plants in the subject. Very nice detail and color. Catch light in the roadrunner's eye a nice feature. Well done.
Oh, this is MY kind of picture. I love finding images like this... they make me smile. Interesting DOF, bringing the center ducks into focus and softening the rest. Nicely composed too.
While the rest are looking elsewhere, I like how the three closest birds seem well aware of you and the middle one of that group seems to be 'having a word' with his neighbor about you.
Well done, thanks for putting a smile on my face today... Mish