- Hotelcalifornia (13418)
- [2014-10-13 7:21]
Hello Peter - Congratulation for this very first post of this " Purple Sandpiper ". Nice POV with good sharpness and details. I like its active moment. Thanks for sharing. Regards - Srikumar
- euroblinkie (63646)
- [2014-10-13 7:36]
Weer een nieuwe voor je verzameling
super leuke vogel is dit met mooie tekening op de veren
Mooie kleuren en goed te zien van deze kant
- marius-secan (28065)
- [2014-10-13 7:41]
Amazing details and focus. The weather is going bad and there are just a few butterflies around my region. As usual a perfect shot with stunning clarity.
- Silvio2006 (100520)
- [2014-10-13 8:42]
Ciao Peter, great capture of lovely bird, wonderful natural colors, fine details and splendid sharpness, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
- corjan3 (4691)
- [2014-10-13 9:10]
Veelsgeluk met jou nuwe spesiebydrae op TN. Weereens uitstaande gehalte met pragtige patrone en teksture. Welgedaan en groete.
- KOMSIS (10448)
- [2014-10-13 10:10]
The details are great ..
Excellent focus, very good sharpness and light.
Lovely eye contact: but, but, but,
The head is noisy; and the rear OUT OF FOCUS.
You have done far far better than this, my dear friend.
Lots of details too.
Have posted this species in flight on TN.
Loved your notes. Will give you a smile and 2 points just for and only for the notes.
Greetings from Mario.
- lousat (62863)
- [2014-10-13 15:56]
Hi Peter,a 1st time is always a great satisfaction,especially after many years of the life of this website.An excellent capture,very close and very well exposed,just a bit oversharpened.Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
- anel (40526)
- [2014-10-14 12:09]
Always nice to have a new species, even if you have been surprised to not find another in the archives.
Interesting document, nice picture, may be a little bit too much sharpened.
Thanks for the note too.
- cobra112 (43366)
- [2014-10-15 11:32]
Good details and excellente DOF. Bit oversharpened MF Peter.
- tuslaw (19808)
- [2014-10-15 17:49]
Just a tad bit over sharpened, but still a wonderful capture of this first for TN. I like the way you photographed it as it was searching through the manure for something to eat, perhaps a little undigested grain. Good eye contact and photographed in it's natural habitat.