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I've been a TE member for quite long months now, but this is my first posting on Trek Nature.
One of my favourite sites is very close to Hungary's capital Budapest, called Merzse mocsár (Merzse swamp). However, it's not swamp anymore. Long-long years ago, when the airport started to operate (very close to this area) it confused the natural life of the swamp, the lake ran dry, etc. My father used to take us (me & my sister) to the dry bed of lake.
A few years ago a rehabilitation project was kicked off, to restore the natural life in this area. Now there is again water in the lake, coots, different types of ducks, even grey herons discovered the place. A small hide was introduced on the lake to watch birds, frogs and other forms of live.
Some 20-30 meters from the lake I realized this Chiffchaff, while he was constructing his nest. He stopped on this limb almost everytime before flying into the nest hidden between the grass.
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- [2007-07-31 4:53]
I wish you a very warm welcome to TN !
Youstart with a great picture ! Beautiful details, nice natural colors, wonderful composition and POV, and an excellent BG which makes you subject stand out very nicely. You have captured him at the perfect moment, with all this grass in his beak. Very well done !
A warm welcome to TrekNature.
What a very beautiful bird image to start of with.
Composition, lighting, depth of field and sharpness are excellent and that also does count for the way you did scan the slide.
Wonderful details and color tones and the soft background is very pleasing.
Perfect work and I really hope to see more of these beautiful images from you in the near future.
Thanks for sharing.
you start with a very fine picture, lovely action.
Very nice composition and POV, good lighting and nice colours.
The details are very good and DOF as well, yhe bird standout well.
Welcome to TN.
Bonjour,il est tout beau ce petit qui s'en va construire son nid,bien vu et bravo