Creepin for food
- pirate (7474)
- [2012-12-27 11:38]
Most beautiful Paul
The color of the bird is amazing
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2012-12-27 11:41]
What an awesome photo! The colours are breath taking. Fantastic sharpness, timing and composition. And that all against a fascinating blurred background. A beauty!
- Miss_Piggy (18714)
- [2012-12-27 11:46]
This image is bursting with bright colours and awesome details. It is a feast to the eye and an absolute delight to look at and appreciate.
Nature at its best. Simply magic. Thanks for sharing. Best regards.
- euroblinkie (64279)
- [2012-12-27 12:12]
THIS IS SUPER GOOD!!!
i like this colored composition with the great details and beautiful colours
- Silvio2006 (102073)
- [2012-12-27 12:33]
Ciao Paul, lovely bird in a beautiful composition with fantastic colors, splendid sharpness, fine details and wonderful light, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
- lousat (65489)
- [2012-12-27 15:36]
Magnificent composition,a great festival of beauties and colors,i like it..a lot!Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
- samiran88 (10271)
- [2012-12-27 17:50]
a fantastic capture. well composed like a painting.
- chrimakris (26007)
- [2012-12-27 20:58]
Fantastic photo Paul! Just fantastic as always!!
- aruntp (5379)
- [2012-12-27 23:42]
colorful image. beautiful framing. excellent lighting and contrast. the species is really colorful. good work. tfs.
- devildoc (2851)
- [2012-12-28 0:53]
This image is supercharged with color and well focused elements. Would have liked to see a slightly wider crop elucidating the tips of the bracts. BUT excellent.
- energypolice (10)
- [2012-12-28 8:50]
Masterpiece photograph, excellent sharpness, excellent composition, excellent background and
- Cobo (5797)
- [2012-12-29 1:17]
Fantastica foto! Beautiful light, color, sharpness and the moment. Great picture. Congratulation and thank you for sharing it. Saludos.
- kabel (552)
- [2013-04-19 8:48]
Hello, a double bonus here with the honey creeper and the heliconia too. Excellent composition and timing as always.
- Ingrid1 (0)
- [2013-07-24 11:13]
This plant is called "lobster's claws" in South Africa, and I have seen them them some 25-30 meters tall at the edge of rivers ( even in arid areas) They are very popular in flower arrangements.
I have seen in younger, less tall plants 'swimming pools 'for all sort of animals including frogs, and birds getting a meal and a drink...
Thanks for sharing.
Warm Greetings from the Tzaneen Dam in Limpopo, South Africa