Down in the Front
What a nice picture, this guys are really cute ! I propose a WS (mainly crop), unfortunately on the crop we can see that your picture is a little blurry. Even with a IS lens is better to use a tripod to obtain a very good level of sharpness.
Very lovely capture. This family is so cute.
I posted a workshop but at the time I write the critic I see that Antoine74 had also posted one (he was faster. My crop is somehow different as it had another purpose)
- Dave (2178)
- [2006-11-27 10:08]
Looks like another winner Rick!
Three in a row!
Keep em coming!
- fragman (43778)
- [2006-11-27 12:04]
great, though a little out of focus. TFS Ori
- pvb (1981)
- [2006-11-27 14:05]
Ha ha what a funny guy in the back. Focus is a litte soft exept for the funny guy.
- manyee (23770)
- [2006-11-28 1:16]
What a cute bunch, Rick.
The focus is a bit soft, but the expression on those faces are priceless. Cropping a bit tighter would allow a closer look at this charming group.
TFS. : )
- methos (1189)
- [2006-11-28 2:10]
This is a nice family group.
I like the contrast but like everybody said the sharpness is a bit low, but the picture is good.
I like it!
- vanderschelden (30441)
- [2006-11-28 4:46]
Technically spoken a bit soft in focus at first sight...
That said...it is funnyyyy;especially the crazy one in the back is too much too take...
Besides...good compo too.
- lovenature (6391)
- [2006-11-29 15:35]
This shot adorable, especially the owl at the back who's cocking his head. Nicely framed, great colours and detail. So cute.
I'm jealous...I always keep my eyes open when I'm out on the prairie but have never seen wild Burrowing Owls. I did see them at the Birds of Prey Facility in Coaldale Alberta.
- sAner (4750)
- [2006-12-16 4:53]
I just love the little guy who is peaking around his siblings! Wonderful!! A great scene! Well done & TFS!
Hey, Rick, great image. I guess we're 'neighbors' in the global sense, I live in Lethbridge. I've never seen burrowing owls before! What a unique post, especially the kid in back. Would you be kind enough to tell me where these nest?