- deblink (1258)
- [2007-05-23 22:35]
You have captured a really special moment in this image with one of the parents feeding its young. Yes I can see the lighting was harsh but when one is able to capture an image such as this we can't be worried about the time of day. Great capture. You did well to capture a moment when both the adult birds had their heads out from behind the reeds. Well done.
- demeve (6165)
- [2007-05-24 14:20]
Hello Joel, impressive capture, excellent camera work, very powerful capture of this rare Crane, I really like this one, great POV, composition, and sharpness, the collors and details are fantastic, gongratulation in a fine picture..well done..
- Argus (50626)
- [2007-05-24 14:53]
The thumbnail doesn't do this shot justice: a lot of people miss it for this reason.
But it shows a fine natural scene of Sandhill Crane parental care in a fine composition with good colour and sharpness.
Thanks for sharing this one,
- fragman (43778)
- [2007-05-25 14:31]
great intimate pic, TFS Ori
- marhowie (486)
- [2007-05-31 13:18]
Natural setting, albeit secluded. You've caught the three in good proximity with a good POV as well. Harsh light handled well. And the "colt" makes the shot work of course..They call them "colts" then?
Who knew :)
- lawhill (2054)
- [2007-05-31 19:34]
You capture a nice moment very hard to shot,
but you manege to get the colors very sharp, in a perfect frame, TFS regards/Lawhill
- kjpweb (4788)
- [2007-06-04 22:07]
Good image! Never saw a Sandhill Crane chick! Nice Family photo.
Following your invitation to look at postwork options I posted my take on it to the workshop!
Cheers and TFS, Klaus
- Mariol (8221)
- [2007-06-09 0:51]
Interesting picture of the Sandhill Crane. Good focus betwen the plants. Difficult shot and you manage it well.