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These little fellas have made an appearance again after disappearing for a few weeks.


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Date: Sat December 12, 2009
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fluffy
Superb capture Donna!.....what a handsome little guy, his colouring is wonderful.....excellent clarity & detail and that bokeh is beautiful!....SmileAlan
#1 Sat December 12, 2009 1:13pm

donna apsey
Thank you Alan. Smile
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#2 Sat December 12, 2009 1:34pm

cees B
Also a beauty, Sharp and fine colours and a good look
#3 Sat December 12, 2009 2:25pm

usntm1ret
Oh wow another superb capture and he is a real beauty. Wink
#4 Sat December 12, 2009 4:48pm

donna apsey
Thank you both....your comments are very much appreciated. Smile
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#5 Sat December 12, 2009 5:39pm

headbangermaul
Beautiful shot.
John

Smoke me a kipper.........I'll be back for breakfast ~ Ace Rimmer
#6 Sat December 12, 2009 5:43pm

Jass
OOOooops.... She's gone and done it again!
Rather be buying a book... Going to need some comfort from the cold & a BOOK would be oooops "Your BOOK!" would warm my soul....
What else can I say... that I haven't said already???? "Terrific/clear/crisp/detal/dof/wonderful little creature....and a professional bird capturing woman to boot!"
Ok, I'll stop now, cuz it's not getting through your head... Smile!
~Kelly
#7 Sat December 12, 2009 7:45pm

Amandart
Even the perch is perfect. Smile
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#8 Sat December 12, 2009 10:43pm

catonic
A perfectly captured little beauty. Well done - again, DonnaSmileCat
It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see ~ Henry David Thoreau
#9 Sun December 13, 2009 7:00am

donna apsey
Lol Kelly.....to be perfectly honest I wouldn't know where to start to get my pics published...I might do some research to see what I can find out...happy now Kelly...Lol Smile Thanks all for the comments. Smile
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#10 Sun December 13, 2009 11:13am

tomdunlop
Wonderful shot Donna. You should have no problem getting published, they are the best bird photographs I have seen. Great to see Kelly is wearing you down at last. Tom
#11 Sun December 13, 2009 4:26pm

donna apsey
Thank you Tom. Smile
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#12 Sun December 13, 2009 7:20pm

Jass
Lol... @ Tom. Smile!
Ya think???? Smile!
"Let's hope so!!!!!" Smile!


Donna, just gather all your wonderful captures... make a profolio... Take them to a printing company... If they can make just one (for the time being, that would be the start.) Then, comes the hard part (but for you it will be easy!)... I know this as a fact! Find a *smaller publisher* (Don't go for a big one... not yet!).
The fee's for a smaller one would be less... The bigger one's will want IF accepted, to make you produce a large number (some think it's cost cutting/I think it's just a way in paying more... Keep in mind, once you have a publisher...You can decide then your choices. Too many times I've seen/heard ppl. go for larger quantities... Hence, this is where disappointment sets in. My advice... Keep it *Simple...Keep it *Small... and see what happens! I know for a fact... your book will seel!
I have faith in my inner guidance... and seldom I've been wrong.
You hold a "Gift" that many of us strive towards... Cherish it... and no wrong will come of it... and lots of people out there will treasure your fantastic ability in capturing God's wonderful little creatures. Smile! Or rather; one of the World's oldest living "Dinasour's!!!" Just re-created smaller, to be able to endure their habitate! Smile!
Will add, Paul knew years before...scientists acknowledged this as a fact, that *birds were indeed: Dino's. At the time his Colleagues’/Proffessor's, thought he was insane... but he didn't care... He knew!
Just as I know, You will not falter on a Book!
With Sincerity... I say this.
Kelly
#13 Mon December 14, 2009 9:55am




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