I always find it interesting when different areas of the world have the same name for a completely different bird. In North America, a 'Robin', looks nothing like this.
That is why I like to visit TrekNature, not only the great shots, but the differences in names across the world and across cultures.
A new posting??? Dude? I thought you were dead! I haven't seen you online forever. I hate to lose track of a good friend.
Excellent post! Best bee I've seen. Congrats.
Dude...when I told you that you should start posting again, I didn't expect you to steal the show...amazing picture. Best I have seen in the gallery in awhile.
A beautiful shot of a beautiful Trillium. Makes me home sick for Ontario. Your POV is perfect and the frame is spot on. Sharpness is unflawed. Keep up the good work.
I like this picture too, but I think you could have done better with the lighting. By the looks of it, this was shot in early morning and the colour suffer a bit. I have posted a workshop to try and correct some of the problems, but I am unsure of how successful I was. Let me know what you think.
Great picture...amazing write-up for an English Teacher.
Detail on the legs is great. If the wings were as sharp it would be perfect.
SO crisp and vivid it almost looks as if it is sitting on top of the picture. Spetacular.
I really like this one Matt, and having been there when you were stumbling around trying to take the picture was fun too. I also liked pilonm's workshop. Made a nice shot even better.