Birds at sunset

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  1. Blackswann

    Blackswann TPF Noob!

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    I decided to post this because I found it really strange... the sun was on the eve of retiring for the night but yet these little fellas were still awake (and singing) on my antenna. Their watches must have been broken!!!!

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    I would appreciate any remarks
     
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    Was the sky actually that color? Neat shot!
     
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    Blackswann TPF Noob!

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    sure was... no touchups required!!!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    That's a lovely photo!
    And yes, they usually sing at early dawn or dusk. This is their time! (When else would they have these "disco lights" for their gatherings, eh? ;))
     
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    I like this. Dramatic sky and nicely silhouetted birds on this cool looking antenna. I like how the antenna is composed here, depositing the birds perfectly in the lower right corner. Very simple and striking. Good work! :D
     
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    Thankyou all very much for your comments... this pic is just another example of in the right place at exactly the right moment!
     

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