- euroblinkie (64155)
- [2013-11-29 7:43]
this is a very nice composition to see
the bird and the tree are very good sharpness
colours are beautiful to
thanks greeting lou
- samiran88 (10271)
- [2013-11-29 7:51]
Another nice composition Shekar.
- JoydebChaudhury (7753)
- [2013-11-29 7:57]
Beautiful as well as a perfect balanced composition,lovely natural colours saturation.
- pirate (7474)
- [2013-11-29 9:06]
That's a very pleasing compo, the bird is well placed and natural habitat well visible. You do not need close ups to make good pictures
- nanreh (2191)
- [2013-11-29 11:01]
Chandra, elegant composition, successful aesthetic criterion of net oriental court. No Indian art perhaps, but the Chinese / Japanese / Korean, as these cultures greatly valued the role played in the empty spaces of aesthetic composition, as well as a sought asymmetry in the location of the compositional elements, thus avoiding the work to be schematic, rigid.
From Argentina, Hernan Bortondello
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2013-11-29 12:14]
Excellent photo in very beautiful natural colours with a nice blurred background. I like your choice of composition. Good sharp focus on the bird. Attractive pose with eye contact.
- Silvio2006 (101906)
- [2013-11-29 13:58]
Ciao Chandra, lovely composition with nice bird, excellent sharpness, fine details, wonderful natural colors and splendid light, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
- lousat (65166)
- [2013-11-29 14:30]
Hi Chandra,i agree with you,a very complte composition with the birs and its habitat,i like the decentralized location,it turn the head in the best way for you and your camera,excellent quality of details and colors too.Have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano
No problem showing the environment then there should be some harmony among the elements....the pose of the bird is excellent, composition and brightness could be better. I did a WS the way i like it, hope you don't mind. tfs.
- anel (40572)
- [2013-11-30 7:32]
Very fine and poetical shot, well composed and with subtle tints. Including the environment is often a "plus", it is information for the viewer and a plus for the ccomposition too.