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Old Mar 11, 2011, 6:22 AM   #1
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Some random shots taken in my garden. Enjoy, any criticism is always welcome

















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Old Mar 11, 2011, 7:53 AM   #2
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RafalW – Nice garden you have. Very good series of shots you have taken. I think #3 works very well in B&W. You did a great job on the shot of the bird in the tree, that’s not any easy shot to get. Only thing I could offer is I think #4 and #5 might be slightly overexposed, only my opinion. Again, very nice shots.

May I ask what kind of bird that is?

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Looks like spring is on the way for you as well. Your shot of the blue iris is just super, such fab colour and detail - and I love the last shot of little tweety - really well done.
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Thanks jj and Dyane, now it is mentioned, they do seem to be overexposed.

The birds are a Magpie (The BW one) and a blue tit, both very common here. The blue tit was actually watching me when I was busy bee hunting (my other post )
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nice shots..!!! looks very clear and colourful..!!
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I love the last shot (blue tit?)! Very sharp, good color and good pose, and a very cute bird!
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Rafal-

A very good series indeed. Yes, a bit of over exposure, but you had very bright lighting conditions. The bird sharpness is wonderful.

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Great Photo of the Magpie and Blue it.

If you lowered the exposure on the Magpie slightly, I think the detail in the dark feathers might go
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Great detail in the tree trunk - nice series Rafal.
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Great photos Rafal, nice detail and colour.
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