- PeterZ (49139)
- [2013-11-16 13:29]
Another beauty from Uganda. Unbelievable how you managed this in that forest with slopes so steep that you have big problems to stand right up.
Fantastic sharpness, details and splendid natural colours. Gorgeous pose with eye contact.
- williewhistler (1577)
- [2013-11-16 14:17]
high class work indeed,the details and colours of the plumage are clearly visable.
A stunning shot of the pretty Flycatcher.
- lousat (65489)
- [2013-11-16 16:01]
Hi Tom,magnificent rare specie in a top quality pic despite the difficult light and location,great work another time!Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
- tuslaw (19883)
- [2013-11-16 18:41]
I'll bet you were thrilled to see you captured it with it's tail fanned out so attractively. A beautiful flycatcher with a pretty light blue plumage and a bit of a crest for a headdress. A fine specimen Tom!!
- Hotelcalifornia (14408)
- [2013-11-17 1:44]
Elegant looking bird.It seems it was waiting for your click.
Nice light.Like its sharp details against attractive green BG.Nice colour.
Thanks for sharing such beautiful bird,
Regards and have a nice time,
- maaciejka (27117)
- [2013-11-17 3:00]
really nice bird. Amazing colours. Excellent pose. Perfect point of view.
Thanks for sharing,
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2013-11-17 7:23]
Very interesting species of Flycatcher, Tom.
Excellent shot of this bird in its natural habitat.
I like the colours on it.
- Jakkals (2813)
- [2013-11-18 9:05]
Perfectly captured for such an elusive bird. Perfect clarity and absolute beautiful colors. I love the tail, eye contact and excellent DOF my friend.
- Maynayquan (1716)
- [2013-11-20 3:17]
Awesome capture of this white tailed blue-flycatcher with wonderful presentation of its beautiful unique white tail, nice DOF, excellent sharp details, and splendid natural colors. Great job, my friend. Thanks for sharing.
- rousettus (19818)
- [2013-12-01 11:25]
Magnificent capture of so pretty and special Elminia. Congratulations Tom. I searched flycatchers of this genus in Ghana, even if in Elmina town, their first locality. Unfortunately I couldnt. You were lucky in Uganda. Thanks for sharing this beauty. Well done, my friend.
- goldfinchtr (2603)
- [2014-08-19 4:31]
It is a pity, that we miss our Uganda trip in this August because of virus Ebola... :(