Mocking Bird

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  1. LittleMan

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    Do your worst....Muahhahahahaha :)
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    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    this is kinda cool. the bird looks 'caged' here however the tree in the background is a bit distracting. I would prefer a closer crop on just the railing & bird :)
     
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    That's got to have been a grab-shot: I mean, I very much doubt you've been sat in a hide for about two hours in the hope that a bird will just happen to land on the railings. With that in mind, I think it's great.
     
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    Overall nice, it could have done without the closest green railing and the ugly bokeh >_< That bird is nice and sharp with a nice shallow depth of field to compliment it. Good stuff!
     
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    Thanks guys, I will try cropping it later when I have some time... haha :D
     
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    The bokeh is screwing with my eyes :cry: (that's my eyes, not my emotional state) , but the bird is bell clear. Maybe it's my monitor, but the tree bark looks purple and green. But the actual subject is well captured. PS time?
     
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    my worst? I would like to see the bird sharper and the tree less splotchy, also twould be nice to hace the railing out of the foreground but all things considered that would be difficult without scaring the bird sooo.... yeah sure good job
     

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