This little lady was on a branch in a garden as i drove past i could'nt believe what i saw,so i stopped for a closer look.It belonged to the owner of the garden and he had it out whilst he mowed the lawn.Of course the camera had to come out and i chatted to the gentleman for ages lol.He is a falconer but has this one at home in an aviary in the garden.He takes it flying every day on Exmoor
Way to go, Bridget - I thought you said you weren't good at bird photography - hmm! This is a gorgeous shot, yes, I can make you out in the eye. A stunning portraitCatIt's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see ~ Henry David Thoreau
Thankyou all very much.Kelly i am not sure what you mean about the sun as i can see plenty of detail in the eye,right down to the blue jumper i was wearing But ours screens are all differant.Perhaps yours is a little darker than mine
Lovely portrait of a beautiful bird, although do agree with Kelly, with regard the shadow taking away the effect the eye would have if the bird was facing the sun... albeit said though, a striking bird....
well... this new screen has made all the difference.
I can "Now" see what i was hoping to see...
Must say its "Excellent!"
I think age is creeping up & perhaps glasses might be the next item to buy.