- nglen (36145)
- [2009-02-04 11:50]
Hi Cristian. A very good close up of this little cute bird. which you have taken with good detail and natural colours. A good pose wit ha side ways look from the bird. well done TFS.
- siggi (52850)
- [2009-02-04 12:03]
Very good Nuthatch image. Very nice colours. Excellent natural light,nice details, great pose.Best regards Siggi
- eng55 (5892)
- [2009-02-04 12:15]
Very nice capture.I liked POV,eye contact,details and framing are wonderful.
Thanks for posting.
- Morigann (100)
- [2009-02-04 12:24]
This is a very nice bird capture, not easy with your lens, with a great focus on the tiny beautiful Parus montanus. Sweet pose.
- septimiu_nemes (2161)
- [2009-02-04 12:56]
frumoasa fotografia Cristian !
pasarea este clara , decorul este minunat , iar culorile , cat se poate de naturale , dau farmec acestei compozitii ,
- Apashu (937)
- [2009-02-04 13:10]
Intr-adevar similitudinea dintre cele 2 specii este uimitoare! Totusi, parerea mea (nu-s specialist dar imi plac mult pasarile) e ca cel din imagine este un pitigoi sur (Parus palustris). Fata de pitigoiul de munte, cel sur traieste in zonele joase cel mai mult urcand pana in zona padurilor de amestec! Are coloritul mai deschis decat la pitigoiul de munte! Dar tinand cont ca poza este facuta in Brasov.....mai exista indoieli!
Culori , contrast si focalizare foarte bune! TFS!
- joska (22535)
- [2009-02-04 20:12]
O fotografie reusita despre pitigoi, culori placute, armonioase, dar in legatura cu determinarea speciei, este greu de facut! In general, biotopul, asa cum scrie Apashu, dar in special vocea pasarii o deosebeste net de cel sur, fruntea bombata,negrul de pe cap mai putin lucios etc. Numai bine,
- haraprasan (20403)
- [2009-02-05 8:40]
A nice capture of this beautiful bird. Excellent composition and good details. Thanks a lot for sharing.
- maurydv (36428)
- [2009-02-05 12:14]
a very beautiful picture of Parus montanus taken from an excellent POV with good detail, i like the lovely pose, the eye contact and the natural colours in a nice composition.
TFS. Best regards.
- mvdisco (2168)
- [2009-02-06 8:15]
Beautiful picture of this bird , excellent POV. and details, very well taken and done.
all my compliments.
- foozi (25839)
- [2009-02-08 3:07]
a lovely soft rendition of the bird among the branches.
Beautiful and artistically presented especially the blurry movement. uit is very attractive and outstanding result.
Well composed in excellent style.
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2009-02-08 7:54]
This one has a wonderful soft and delicate look to it...as if you especially decided to use a focal filter..VERY nice Cris!
- Wolfpower (1075)
- [2009-02-08 8:56]
You have many species of Parus in Europe,and they are all such cute little birds.
Well captured in a natural setting,the details show well.
Very good eye contact.
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2009-02-08 13:35]
A fine shot of this cute tit with nice composition, nice pov and good lighting.
TFS and Have a nice new week MF!
- MMM (11425)
- [2009-02-08 18:50]
Nice capture .I like the natural habitat and your subject pose.Nice detail from the plumage and also natural colors.
- uleko (10940)
- [2009-02-09 8:58]
A very nice capture of the Willow Tit in a fine pose. Fine details, good eye contact and natural colours. I like the composition too.
TFS and regards, Ulla
- izler (44)
- [2009-02-10 11:39]
good capture of this timid and cute bird with its habitat
i like composition, its pose, POV and sharpness
- tkp1165 (3876)
- [2009-02-10 22:26]
Very nice capture of this little guy in his natural setting.
- Argus (50626)
- [2009-02-11 9:47]
Hello again Cristian,
A fine capture of Parus montanusthat is greyer than palustris and has a larger black bib.
Excellent POV, good sharpness and well seen against the busy OOF BG.
Thanks for sharing this one of a bird that is rare in my part of Sweden but more common further north.
- marhowie (486)
- [2009-02-16 5:31]
Looks like a difficult setting, with the branches between you and the bird..
But you managed a clear view of this elusive little one.
Good detail, pose, and the bird is watching you.
Looks like our Black-capped Chickadee here.