- euroblinkie (64279)
- [2010-02-23 12:50]
great sharpness picture with good details and beautiful colours
very good light
- lousat (65489)
- [2010-02-23 15:58]
Hi Chris,very nice and strange specie,excellent sharpness,colors and composition.Thanks for share,have a nice day,LUCIANO
- jlinaresp (17292)
- [2010-02-23 19:02]
A small and very interesting bird. Very good result considering that seems to have a big cut to increase approach. I'm glad you've posted in WS the landscape of the bird's habitat. It's good as a document of the species. TFS, regards, Jesús
- jhm (1853)
- [2010-02-23 23:53]
The black Pied Bushchat gives a very well contrast.
Also the sharpness and clarity are nice for look at.
Real a wonderful image of these bird.
Very well composition, good presentation.
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2010-02-24 1:36]
Fantastic capture my friend! Nicely taken. I like the wonderful colours of the background very much. Very well composed.
TFS and have a nice day!
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2010-02-24 3:19]
Difficult for shooting bird but you managed to get great quality picture. I like pictured scene at whole. Dry leaves and stem create a wonderful scenery for beautiful and perfectly reproduced bird. Exposure of the shot is spot on. Well done and many thanks for sharing.
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2010-02-24 3:37]
Beautiful photo of this Pied Bushchat in a very nice composition. Excellent sharpness, details and natural colours. Very beautiful blurred BG.
- maurydv (36428)
- [2010-02-24 4:17]
a very beautiful portrait of the Pied Bushchat in a splendi pose, very good sharpness and bright colours, excellent POV, DOF, BG and composition.
- MMM (11425)
- [2010-02-26 6:03]
Excellent POV for that specie I had never seen before.Sharp image with good detail.I like the Bushchat pose and I also like the nice catch light in the eye
- rousettus (19818)
- [2010-03-01 4:27]
When I see this post, I saw it is similar to some Turdidae species here; e.g. Phoenicurus spp. and Saxicola torquata. Later, I read your notes and I see this is already belongs to the genus Saxicola, with different colored plumage. you nicely captured it and presented nicely with a landscape shot. focus, POV, composition and colors nice. thanks for sharing this beauty. best regards
- foozi (25839)
- [2010-04-28 5:17]
very small must be...resting on a small and fragile dried leaf. i like the colour contrast very much. Black really make it so lively against soft and smooth bokeh.
you framed it between the leaf and flower, making it so pretty.
Well composed shot.