The Chickadee 2 years later
- jaycee (25460)
- [2009-02-16 9:35]
I love the way you remember what happened when! Not only do you have wonderful patience but you have a great memory. It's nice that you went back to a Chickadee - the first bird you shot with your Fuji. He looks adorable in flight with his black and white face shining through. You always manage nice wing and tail position.
- PaulH (13882)
- [2009-02-16 10:29]
I agree with Jane, the pose of this little Chickadee is very nice indeed. The bare branches of the tree in the background is also very nice - well done.
- billynewboy (791)
- [2009-02-16 10:49]
You and I much alike..I Remember my first inflight as you do yours.
This capture of the Chickadee is brilliant....You shouldnt be doing this with a bridge camera!!.The primaries are spread and you seem to have done the hard work by finding a place to capture the birds inflight with a natural bg.
All the best To You
- Argus (50626)
- [2009-02-16 11:35]
A beautiful in-flight of this Chickadee: I like the caught wing position, the POV and the clarity is excellent.
A nice one in your small bird in-flight series and thanks for sharing it!
- Noisette (7821)
- [2009-02-16 15:51]
excellente ( comme toujours ) photo de cette mésange en vol
tout y est parfait: la pose de l'oiseau, la netteté, le ciel bleu et le décor hivernal
merci pour le partage
- pekkavalo1 (6789)
- [2009-02-16 16:29]
Very good capture of this Chickadee in flight; good POV and composition, sharp details and nice colours.
- haraprasan (20403)
- [2009-02-17 3:44]
A nice capture of this chickadee in flying action. Very well composed shot with good details. Thanks a lot for sharing.
- Dis. Ac. (24509)
- [2009-02-17 10:44]
you are here an the top from your camera, while you have much skills on inflight shots.
The white colours from this bird looks overexposed.
Further good managed.
- foozi (25839)
- [2009-02-18 21:57]
at least i know that bird photography is not that easy. the difficulty at getting the subject is a great pain. in addition the patience needed to get the best shot and view is another killing factor that could cool down the strength. whatever, it is lovely and beautifully captured with graphical patterns of the branches and the blue canvas of the sky.
NB: Thanks for you nice critique and it motivates me too. Really appreciate your words.