Yellow-rumped "Myrtle" Warbler
- jaycee (25460)
- [2009-05-05 20:45]
I think you've got something there! I see so few of these Yellow-rumped Warblers, and when I do only one at a time, so it is a challenge to get a shot. On the other hand, if a bird is common to this area I will think oh, it's just another cactus wren or finch or whatever. Two good pictures of this very elusive little bird who generally keeps in motion. I especially like the pose of the one further away from the trunk. Good details and excellent colors and nice compositions.
- mporterf (673)
- [2009-05-05 20:50]
I like the collage of these two images showing both sides of the bird. You can tell that time and consideration went into how you positioned it the way the branch of the image on the right almost merges into the one on the left.
Gorgeous colors and detail as usual.
- zetu (16941)
- [2009-05-05 21:56]
Good work, you capture this bird with excellent details and natural colors.
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2009-05-06 7:46]
a nice combination of two images to show slightly different uses of light..light again! Yikes..You are right and i had forgotten until you brought it up...some directors used to say location 3X...but I say LIGHT!
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2009-05-06 8:13]
Nice to see this Yellow-rumped Warbler from different sizes. I like the right side the most, because of the sharp details. Beautiful light in both photos and very good poses, looking into the camera. Great POV's.
- jpdenk (333)
- [2009-05-06 8:18]
Uh-oh, look out Ron, you're becoming a birder!! Before you know it, you'll be planning family vacations around the birds, budgeting for expensive binoculars and spotting scopes, etc. ;-)
Just kidding. Excellent photos and note. Your 2 photos really shows this little bird in detail. I think I may have seen those here, but I'm not sure. I'm bad when it comes to Warblers.
- ImageMaker (84)
- [2009-05-07 0:24]
pin sharp images Ron, such great work