To bring photos from my minds eye - to the public through the lens of my Nikon D90 ∧ D80
WOW, great colours on that fellow. he would look wonderful strutting about in my back yard.
Wow, the colors are great
Nice color. Thanks for visiting my blog! I just posted a pic of our new family member. Take a look.
This is a great set Imac... one of my favourite birds.. :O) to eat that is... Beautiful to look at as well. ;O)
Very good work. Amazing colours, and the three photographs are splendid.
Am I the only person who doesn't know what kind of bird this is? It's certainly beautifully colored.
It's a pheasant, beautiful to look at, but noisy flappy birds, with a tendency to try and commit suicide on the roads. The female is plain brown I'm afraid. We have black ones round here too, or they might be partridges?
Wow great shots. Which lens do you use?Cheers,DSM
Gorgeous bird. What is it?And I am so *jealous* of your zoom techniques. I am still trying to learn zoom. Mari-Nanci
what great colors he has
Very pheasant, er, pleasant!
Okay, so I'm trying to learn how to take better pictures, right? So I found an online article that said when shooting portraits I should pay special attention to the details around the eyes. That sounds fair enough. When I began looking back at people's eyes in my photos... (sigh) I became depressed.Did you use a tripod for these shots? How often do you NOT use a tripod? I think I have some kind of constant internal seismic tremor problem. If I don't use a tripod or table or wall... blurry eyes.
and NOT under glass ;)beautiful
Wow, great pics, the color is super.
Fantastic colors in these shots, especially the last one. Beautiful.
amazing colors!!! great set
What a handsome bird - and doesn't he know it?!
so that's a pheasant! He is so bright, he looks painted! What a bird.
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