Drying Out Time
- rcrick (68)
- [2009-07-14 14:47]
Nice to see you back posting, great capture of this American Darter, love the light falling across the bird, looks excellent in its natural enviroment, pin sharp with superb detail.
Cheers Rick :)
- kedarkulkarni (1459)
- [2009-07-15 3:13]
Nice sharp image. Very well done! Great work.
- Argus (50626)
- [2009-07-15 9:56]
An unusual image showing an American Darter 'drying out' in a Longleaf Pine. I like the POV showing the stretched out wing and head and most of the neck peeping over the pine needles. The composition, sharpness and side lighting contribute to making this a fine and fascinating image.
- poppygan59 (2516)
- [2009-07-15 17:29]
John, this is such a good photo. Great job. to bad that the tree is blocking most of him. Thanks for commenting on my Bluebirds. I appreciate it very much. You have a great week. Bill
- jconceicao (3174)
- [2009-07-16 12:52]
Excellent capture of this interesting bird.
Beautiful colours with fantastic details.
Lighting and composition are splendid.
- angela926 (3083)
- [2009-07-27 16:06]
Great capture, nice composition and pov,
good sharpness and nice pose.
- John_F_Kennedy (3684)
- [2009-11-06 4:46]
Very nice colours. Perfect focusing on the bird. Well captured, thank you.
- Jamesp (18906)
- [2010-01-14 13:23]
Nice view of this Anhinga - there is also an African and an Indian species. Nice detail.
- mlines (3116)
- [2010-12-21 16:58]
Hi John, Good bird in the pines image. The clarity of the feathers is excellent. The green colour really jumps out at the viewer. All the best for the Xmas-New Year season. TFS. Murray
- jusninasirun (14660)
- [2012-03-30 16:44]
It has been a while since I last interact with you in TE/TN. I hope you are doing fine in Canada/Australia.
The head and wing that pop out of the foliage shone by the light is beautiful.
Thanks and have a great weekend.
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2012-04-05 9:39]
It is a really big bird because we can also
see a part of his tail on the image, you shot
the photo at the best moment, and i love the
light coming in to the bird, TFS