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|A follow up shot to yesterdays.|
The young Blue Tits have now fledged and left the nest, this one only managed about six feet, and is sitting ont edge of a plank of wood sheltered by the leaf of an hedge bindweed (Gentianella campestris).
The Blue Tit ( Parus caeruleus) is a common and familiar garden visitor. Coming to the bird feeders during the winter months. Has green and yellow plumage with a distinctive blue markings on the top of the head. It tends to feed on insects during the summer months.
Taken hand held in quite on a windy afternoon, this has not been cropped, only applied a high pass filter in CS3.
Thanks for viewing.
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- [2011-06-04 1:36]
your pictures this one is really perfect. I see excellent detailed,and sharp composition with great pleasure. Amazing image of the bird sitting on the nicely reproduced branch at BG which is wonderful too.Best regards Siggi
Excellent composition. Wonderful colors and great details.
- [2011-06-04 12:26]
A fine capture of this Blue Tit fledgeling.
The POV is perfect for the pose and the composition is just right. Nice sharpness and natural colours too in lighting that was not the easiest.
Thanks and have a good weekend,
A big moment of this young Blue Tit and excellent
timing from you to be there at that moment,
i love that baby bird expressive glance,
Excellent focus sharpness and details, TFS