Stripe Throated Yuhina
|Copyright: Tsheten Lodey (bhutan) (24)|
|Date Taken: 2009-04-13|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2010-06-20 22:30|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|commom migrant usually find in Broad leaves, coniferious and mixed forest|
|To jlinaresp: hi||bhutan
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You have wonderful images in your portfolio. I passed your previous postings because of the fact that I noticed that you only participate by posting an image and leave it up to that. I did however return because this image is noteworthy. Please take the following as positive and up building criticism. You are not really going to get far building or expanding your portfolio if you do not partake in 1st. Supplying information of some kind with your postings (which I am glad you have done with this posting) and 2nd. To critique fellow members for their contributions to the site, especially the ones that left a good and positive feedback at your images. It is not fair to expect people to come and give encouraging criticism on your images but you are not willing to do the same. You have been a member of the site for longer than a month, posted 7 beautiful images but did not critique or comment on fellow members photos up to now. If language is a problem to you, it is not a problem as the most fellow members know how to use the translator supplied on the site.
Now to your image:
It is indeed a feast to the eye and cannot go unnoticed. The way you captured this lovely bird from so close-by is just great. It gives the feeling that one just want to reach out and stroke the plumage, especially the beautiful crest. Great display of the detail of the eye, the pencil shape beak and Pinnochio legs. Although the image is a bit on the small side, I like it a lot. Thanks for sharing. Best regards.
Excellent photo of this interesting bird, good point of view and adequate light. I like the depth achieved. The format is a bit small, but enough to appreciate this work.
TFS, Regards, Jesús