|Copyright: Jane Ogilvie (star05)
|Date Taken: 2008-05-18|
|Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop|
|Date Submitted: 2008-05-22 7:33|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|I think this fellow might be classified as a Northern oriole due to orange markings. He has the loudest chirp as described in Audubon book Clear, Flute-like whistled single or double notes in short, distinct phrases with much individual variation.. |
In the central plains these birds did interbreed consequently most birds there are hybrids. Now it seems they are choosing mates of their own type; soon these birds may be considered separate species again..
I can tell where they are by their whistle and am thrilled to see them..
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Great shot if this bird. Colors are beautiful and the POV is nice. Sharpness is almost perfect and with a nice light in the eye.
Very well done.
Nice shot of this oriole, excllent composition and point
of view, very good sharpness and depth of field,
lovely background, excellent details in the plummage
and good catchlight in the eye.
- [2008-05-22 19:09]
Great capture of such a beautiful bird. You have done a wonderful job on this image, very sharp and gorgeous coloration. Good notes.
- [2008-05-22 21:18]
Really nice image you've captured here, the detail is stunning, beautiful colours, well framed and composed, lovely work, all the best,
Cheers Rick :)
- [2008-05-26 16:10]
This is a wonderful oriole picture! The sharpness and details are amazing. Great vivid orange color.
Very well done
- [2008-05-26 17:31]
Hello Jane, a very good shot of the Oriole, it's sharp with a great exposure and a nice composition. Too bad about the missing tail but anyway it's very good picture. Thanks!