- lovenature (6391)
- [2006-04-26 22:56]
What a cute photo of a White Throated Sparrow. I love how his colour blends into the background. He's looking a bit guilty, maybe he eaten to much Thistle Seed. I really like this photo. Janice ='>
- loot (11276)
- [2006-04-26 23:47]
If he is so wet and the feeder looks to be all wet then probably you were also soaking wet. Anything for a photo isn't it?
Very cute little sparrow and one I did not know. Like with most birds it is amazing to see the number of different species within a genus. I can find at least 31 different species of sparrows on the web and possibly there is even more.
I like the composition & the POV, the colours are natural, the DOF is great showing very sharp details on the bird, and the exposure was perfect.
Very well done and TFS.
- dew77 (13270)
- [2006-04-27 3:54]
Excellent capture again.Sharpness and details are great.Very natural results in spite of flash.I liked POV,framing and composition also a
- jeanpaul (14962)
- [2006-04-27 6:15]
Félicitation pour ce beau petit Sparrow les couleurs et les détails sont très intéressants
ainsi que son environnement.
Merci et au revoir....JP
- wkshelton (5492)
- [2006-04-27 7:53]
Excellent work here Mario, perfect details BG, POV, details are so crisp, Perfect photo. TFS Kyle
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2006-04-27 8:20]
Superb image Mario, shows the advantage of having the top end gear to shoot with.
Great 3D effect and brilliant sharpness and exposure. Well done.
- AnimalExplorer (1997)
- [2006-04-27 13:39]
I enjoy the detail in this beautifully illuminated capture of this cute sparrow. :)
- Gudule (1204)
- [2006-04-27 20:28]
Voici une éblouissante photo qui va rejoindre mes favorites. Aie-je besoin d'ajouter d'autres détails?
Très réussie. Félicitations, Mario.
- coasties (28054)
- [2006-04-29 6:42]
A little short on time tonight, so just points... sorry!
- mlines (3116)
- [2007-08-28 15:45]
Hi Mario. This is the sort of bird shot my goal is to be as sharp as this. The clarity and colours are both idea. I note 400 ISO which is what the Canon guy suggested for the moon. I have usually gone with ISO 200 and maybe why i have lacked sharpness. This is very helpful info. TFS. Murray.