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|It's been a long time since I last posted a picture on TN, but today I had a change of heart and decided that time has passed enough. I'm posting a very curious little bird I encountered in Brazil last year, I do not know the id of it so any help with that would be greatly appreciated... Have a great day guys|
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- [2010-06-23 11:08]
How nice to see a photo from you after such a long time!!! This is a Common Tody-Flycatcher, todirostrum cinereum.
Beautiful coloured and sharp detailed photo of this bird in a nice pose.
great to see you on TN again and with a very beautiful bird,
fine POV and pose, very sharp details and wonderful colors
Have a good night
Thank you for sharing this photo. It is a new bird to me, as I have never seen one of these before. Good pose, wonderful detail captured in the eye. The patch of black feathers on the forehead makes it look like a grumpy old man. This image deserves a good round of applause. Maybe it will cheer the old man up a bit. I enjoyed looking at it. Thanks for sharing. Best regards.
- [2010-06-24 21:32]
Superb shot of a wonderful bird at natural and very attractive surroundings. Its pose and look are simply impressive as well as vivid colours and great details of the main subject. Despite the complex BG you have smoothed and reflected it perfectly too. Well done and TFS.