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Blue tit 3
著作権: Gary Martin (tirc83) Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 11 W: 0 N: 28] (675)
ジャンル: Animals
メディア: カラー
撮影した年: 2005-04-24
カテゴリー: Birds
カメラ: Canon 20D, Canon EF 400mm f/5.6 L USM
Exposure: f/7.1, 1/400 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Theme(s): Blue Tits [view contributor(s)]
アップロードした日: 2005-04-23 12:55
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A blue tit perched amidst branches. This was taken handheld using a Canon 400mm f/5.6 L prime lens.

Blue Tit - Fact File (Parus caeruleus)

Status: Our commonest tit. Widely and abundantly distributed over most of Britain, absent only from bare uplands and outlying islands of the N/W.

Habitat: Deciduous and mixed woodland, gardens, parks and hedgerows. Nests in holes in trees and buildings and readily uses nest boxes. Frequent visitor to bird tables, especially where peanuts are provided.

Description: Small and colourful, the combination of blue and yellow making it easily identified. Compare with larger great tit. Sexes similar, although male usually brighter.

Size: 12cm

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  • twin Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 244 W: 17 N: 494] (3259)
  • [2005-04-23 14:23]

it is a wonderful photo... everything is perfect... really so nice... congratulations :))

Great capture, nice and sharp, good light even though there's a little shadow falling on the bird. Great to see your woods are turning green, hopefully ours will follow shortly ;-)

Great sharp image with good POV and DOF. Good composition.

Lovely shot of this pretty bird! Very clear, love the feather detail. Great shot of the way the feet curl around the branch. Isn't it lovely to see the new growth on the trees? Very good DOF! Well done!

Very nice shot, good details, pose and POV.
The shadow is a bit disturbing.
Well done.

It's very cute, it's not an easy bird, very difficult to get close of it. You caught it here with a very special lighting

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