It´s a great joy to visit your blog, the pictures are very beautiful.Uwe-Jens
Nice colours in the image!The blurry branches frame the Goldcrest well!
A very nice image Trevor I agree with Ashley the soft background brings out the Goldcrest Well
"So nimble, and so full of subtil flame" Francis Beaumont 1584-1616You nailed it Abbot.
Like this treatment, all i get with these are empty branches.
Stunning Trevor.I can never get close to these; you make it look so easy lol
I don´t know how you did it, but I´m sure you didn´t asked him to stand still for a moment.All i can say is UAU !My friend, you are a true Master !
Thank you zeder. It is so kind of you to say so. I do appreciate it.
Thanks Ashley. A quick method was breathing on the lens. I do think it has heplped the picture somewhat.
Thanks Keith. I agree also.
Hello Stuart.You have done another Phoenix then.Nimble and quick ..I wil take your word for the flame bit ;-)
Hi Adrian. You and I in most cases..and I suspect most others. You really do need a slice of good luck with some of our smaller birds..they just move too fast.
Hello Keith.Well I suppose it is a lot easier for us who have them in our garden. Outside in the field you have to find them first and then hope.We pass the first and rely on hope.
Hi bonequinhoda (Portugal)Thank you for your confidence boosting comment...I shall cherish your view....but O I wish I was.