Flying from the feeder
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the White-breasted Nuthatch.
1/2500s f/8.0 ISO1000
50mm (35mm eq:75mm)
from the All About Birds website
Male White-breasted Nuthatches sing in
late winter and spring, a rapid, nasal, fairly
low-pitched wha-wha-wha that lasts 2-3 seconds.
It’s made up of a half-dozen to a dozen nearly
identical notes. Males sing these songs at
two rates, with the faster version packing
in twice as many notes in the same amount
of time. The fast version is thought to be
the main one used for mate attraction »
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nice low point of view. Excellent details. Amazing colours and composition. Beautiful blue sky.
Have a nice Sunday,
- [2012-11-25 0:56]
Another nice photo of a White-breasted Nuthatch in flight. Excellent timing. Fine sharpness, POV and composition. Beautiful natural colours.
- [2012-11-25 1:54]
Salut Asbed,une parfaite position des ailes pour creer une parfaite simmetrie,encore une fois les details sont super,aussi l'exposition est tres professionelle pour me bruler le plumage encoleille'.Mes compliments et belle DImanche,Luciano
An excellent capture with such beautiful details, colors & POV. Well composed & presented with nice timing. Great work et merci beaucoup! TFS & best wishes!
beautiful photography, great timing, as always.
Excellent sharpness, compliments
Ciao Asbed, great capture of beautiful in-flight bird, wonderful colors, excellent clarity and splendid light, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio