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Bird on a Flower

This is a discussion on Bird on a Flower within the Animals (mammals, birds, insects etc.) forums, part of the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) category; The weather is so dreary and cold I decided to go through some old pictures. Found this one of a ...

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    The weather is so dreary and cold I decided to go through some old pictures. Found this one of a bird on a flower.
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    THat is way cute! Wonderful capture, asnow!

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    Very nice Asnow. You captured the feather detail, and the eye, quite well.
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    Lovely eye sharpness here - nice colour as well!
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    Yep! Me too. Lovin' the colour and the detail. Very nice.
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    a very nice capture. I like the red of the flower and his breast.
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    Great color and clarity!
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    Thanks JAS, HBG, Marko, Iggy, Bambi and Kat. This fella stuck around long enough for me to get about 10 pictures. This one was the sharpest. The one thing I didn't like was the red flower was over exposed and over saturated. I tried to reduce the exposure and saturation but the detail was not there. It was a bright sunny day when I took this picture in Niagara Falls. All my pictures of the falls were useless. I really needed HDR that day.

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    Cute shot!! Good job
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    What they said ... nice shot!

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