And I thought the snow was neck deep to a moose. I would like to see some snow in Texas but not like that, Ya'll can keep it. Great shot. You always have great photos.
I hear that these guys have started arriving in Texas, however I have not seen one yet. This is a great shot. Wonderful colors and details.
Hey, It's always great to welcome another Texan to TN. Be sure to check out the galleries of Angybone and Marhowie. Nice shot of the Houston sky. Again, welcome.
Don't worry Spring will be here soon. I've been trying to catch up on posts that I missed while I was away for a few days. Great shot here. Pretty soon you have shots of the squirrels in that nest.
Thats a very nice shot. Nice pose. I think she may have known what you were doing.
Congratulations on #300. This a good shot for it. I particularly like the smiling log on the right. Here's hoping for 300 more:)
This looks like a nice Christmas card shot. Wonderful focus and composition. Great job
I had to laugh at that title. It seems to suit the deers expression perfectly. Sorry I have not kept up with critiques lately. I plan to catch up this weekend. The shot is great. I don't the turkey is so OOF to be distracting and I agree with Miss Piggy that the deer is really the subject here. Nice shot. Catch you later.
Yea, he smells something alright...Rick Price, camera man/snack. Seriously though, this is a great shot with wonderful light. Great Job.
We have the Lesser Goldfinch in the state park here, but they are so standoffish I can never get a good shot of them. IMHO, I think a vertical crop that included the whole third bird would have worked better even if the third bird was not in great focus. Everything looks better in odd combinations and you should avoid creating horizontal or vertical lines between your subjects. Here you have a great triangle formed between the birds if only the whole bird was visible. Just another option for you to consider.