- pankajbajpai (16627)
- [2007-01-20 7:15]
well composed,nice pov,
tfs & regards
- shal (2140)
- [2007-01-20 7:45]
lovely image of this bird,
nice note to follow :)
- jossim (12636)
- [2007-01-20 7:58]
Superbe oiseau et très bel action avec ce bec grand ouvert.J'aime bien le voir agippé aprèt cette tige.
Great POV and note. I've done a workshop with some minor changes, I hope you like it.
- uleko (10940)
- [2007-01-20 9:02]
Great capture of this beautiful singing Lark, a bit soft on focus but nice lighting and great colours. I like the angle of your shot too. Nice composition!
- Tamrock (1928)
- [2007-01-20 9:12]
nice one on a really fine bird!
good composition with nice pov
- Argus (50626)
- [2007-01-20 9:20]
Yes hearing birds singing makes one happy and if it's a happy song, all the better.
So it's nice to have a shot of bird like this Meadowlark singing.
This one is pretty sharp and well presented with a fine singing pose and good lighting,
TFS and best wishes, Ivan
can almost hear the song of the lark when looking at this lovely and lively capture. Very nice pose, and well composed.
A little bit of selectice sharpening might be tried on the bird.
Thank you for this refreshing scene of springtime!
With best regards,
- Shoot_Score (2376)
- [2007-01-20 11:03]
Rick, please add "Decisive Moment" to the categories!
What a great shot! This lark is singing its heart out!
Great inspiration in the middle of miserable winter weather to see this!
I like the composition totally! The lark sitting on that diagonal stalk of dock in seed. Good faded background. Perhaps the contrast can be improved a wee. I will send you my take as I am outa WSs. As always, Jay
- fiyo (15161)
- [2007-01-20 12:08]
Lovely detail and colours,nice composition.
Nice work,very well done.
- pvb (1981)
- [2007-01-20 12:09]
I think you caught a very happy singing bird here. He looks very very nice with the yellow and the spots.
Very nice composition, focus is a bit soft.
- badar (785)
- [2007-01-20 12:25]
This is well done i like the way the bird stands out against the bacckground. Sharp & well presented.
- saeedabbasi (5100)
- [2007-01-20 13:21]
Hi Rick ,
great details and nice sharpness.
well composition and colors.
- Evelynn (14454)
- [2007-01-20 16:34]
I think I love the meadowlark song best of all. I remember hearing them all the time in California where I grew up. Here in Oregon I never see or hear them...even though it is honored by being our state bird! You did capture the joy of their song. I like both workshops too.
Evelynn : )
- lovenature (6391)
- [2007-01-20 18:10]
Such a nice portrait of this singing Meadowlark. It's a sure sign of summer when you see these beauties. Lighting, composition, colours and detail are excellent.
I have to say the Meadowlark has such a beautiful song. We hear them on our canoe trips on the Red Deer and Milk Rivers. They use to be in Cochrane but with all the new housing, I haven't heard one for a long time.
- arfer (0)
- [2007-01-20 23:25]
This shot has personality.The little meadowlark is singing it's heart out.Nicely composed with lovely colours.Hey is that the old Vancouver Canuck's jersey? lol.Nicely done.TFS
- claudine (0)
- [2007-01-21 7:02]
I sure now that your are the owner of a private wild life reserve that you have in your backyard ;) This is a beautiful capture of this little bird that I never saw "in real". I like to see him sing like this, it is beautiful. He seems so happy! I like POV, colors, composition, lightning and exposure. I think that as it for sharpness the WS helps a bit. This is another superb capture with excellent notes. Thanks,
- RAP (7405)
- [2007-01-22 7:35]
Bella captura Rick por el punto de vista captado, además del encuadre elegido para su presentación.
La correcta iluminación colabora con la visión nítida y colorida del ave y su entorno.
Personalmente la versión que mejor resultado obtuvo fue el workshop 1, pero es sólo una opinión personal.
Un cordial saludo desde Buenos Aires... Ricardo
Beautiful image Rick for the captured point of view, besides the elected framing for the presentation.
The correct illumination collaborates with the clear and colorful vision of the bird and its environment.
Personally the version that better result obtained was the workshop 1, but it is only a personal opinion.
A cordial greeting from Buenos Aires... Ricardo