Wonderful close-up. Great catch-light in the eyes.
Good clean details.
I've never been to the hummer house but I absolutely have to go now!
Great shot!! I have never seen this type of composition before! The bottom part of the picture is not that appealing to me,.. but the sharp focus on the dragonfly, the rich colours,.. all look wonderful. Good work.
A striking and beautiful Northern Cardinal.My 7 year old daughter calls them cardies.
The POV and DOF are well handled.
Wonderful focus and detail,the eye contact is lovely.Great glint in the eye.
Well composed in the shot ,with a natural setting.
Wonderful detail and focus.
The orange of the plumage is complimented by the slice of orange.
Very good plumage detail and markings.
The POV is very good.
What an interesting pose you have captured.
I like this portrait shot too, lovely colors and excellent detail in the feathers, good eye catch and the perfect soft background to enhance this little fellow, Cheers Rick :)
Really nice capture mate, this woodpecker has an interesting way of getting into the slice of orange, but like you said if it works stick too it, really good detail, well framed, Cheers Rick :)
Hello Billy !
This is a cute and beautiful bird, I like his little crest and his big black eye. Excellent details, nice natural colors, excellent use of your flash, beautiful blurred BG, but maybe you could have cut a bit at the top of the picture ? Well, it is just my opinion, the picture is excellent as it is. Very well done !
Nice job . Sharp, good focus and light, lot of details . TFS
Nice photo, might be a Yellow Bear (Spilosoma virginica) caterpillar. They're variable in color, some are white.
Interesting photo. Amanitas of some kind, but there's no way to ID them to species from just this photo.
I'm not seeing the overexposure that others are mentioning. It appears that the color is restricted to only the lower edges of the caps with most of the rest of the caps being very light-colored. Very strange. I've seen and photographed a fair number of Amanita species, never saw one exactly like that.