I like the title of your picture, well done for that one :)
Nice picture in a beautiful setting, the water reflecting the geese adds to the composition as well.
This re-post is better than the original picture, I think the elephant look more impressive, kind of "eternal", with more environment around them.
Thanks for sharing :)
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This is an interesting capture. It would be nice if you can give more info in the note (how you encountered this, which snake it is if you know it...). The picture is a bit dark but the action definitely interesting!
Thanks for sharing,
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This is a nice picture and even better story! Maybe the picture is a bit too cropped, it would have been nice to see a bit more of the surroundings.
Thanks for sharing your picture & your experience!
It is not common to get a spurfowl in a composition where the background if far enough to be properly blur with a sharp focus on the bird, as these birds are usually found on the ground... This makes this picture special, apart from being a good shot anyway!
Well done :)
Another amazing picture of yours! A bee-eater in action, wanting to prove its name ;) You could have added "Insects" in the categories list!
Both the beautiful colours and the composition with the branch and the bird making a "cross" nicely highlight the subject (although I am not sure this sentence makes sense ;) ).
The sharpness is remarkable!
Well done and thanks for sharing!
Wow, amazing macro picture, such good sharpness and details, added to the wings dynamism, and a great, yet simple composition with the abdomen of the dragonfly leading to the corner of the picture. A masterpiece :)
Thanks for sharing!!!
As you write, the picture is not perfect (I think more a problem of lack of pixel, which reflects on the bird's plumage, than any "real" photography issue!), but the subject (membrane) is original and interesting, as is your note!
Thanks for sharing, greetings from KZN!
I like this macro shot, always interesting to see pictures of smaller insects with good details! Nice composition, as Luciano wrote the flower is a bit "burned" but the fly is OK and the different colours add to the picture.
Good picture and interesting note showing how complicated taxonomy (and its revisions) can become!
I really like the dynamism in your picture, the chicks moving around and the mother checking on them and on the surrounding... This picture looks alive!
Thanks for sharing both picture and note :)