What A beautiful photograph. Interesting subject, lovely light, composed thoughtfully. Very nice!
I think we as photographers will have to defy more of the silly laws that many of us are having imposed on us when it comes to what we can and cannot photograph. I have not seen the Taj Mahal in real life and most likely I never will so I thank you for this photo.
The good old Canon 300D, a dinosaur by todays standards but captures superb photos. I'm not sure this cat has had his lunch, the way he is looking at you and the camera, he has his eyes firmly on the lens. Nice focus and DOF Alan.
Unusual looking birds, but interesting. You have captured them here nicely, they are in good focus with the foreground and background appropriately blurred, it gives the birds more definition. You have done well and the info is very informative, you never stop learning huh?
You certainly live in a beautiful part of the world with scenery like that not far from home. What a great image, nice colours, clouds in a beautiful blue sky, snow capped mountains in the background and a river in the foreground that you can actually see into, wot more could you ask for? My only criticism would be the bottom right corner objects spoil it for me, but apart from that, yeah I really like this image, well done.
What a nice peaceful photograph, must be sunday morning, there isnt many people about, my only criticism would be the reflections in the water, I wonder if a polariser would have kept some of the detail or maybe a darker exposure? A good photo anyways, I like it.
Great pic, great info, you did well to get this image, nice and sharp and composed well. It's not always easy to get a bird in full flight into the frame.
A nice bright sunny day, great colours, I like it.
Hi Thomas, I'm sure this would have been a really good image if only the flash was not as strong in the foreground,the colours in the sky are beautiful, the flash certainly put the flowers in a different world.
This is an interesting image, I wonder if using a polariser filter would help to control some of the reflection? Another point of view might have helped to reduce the sun to an image where we could actually see the sun and not all of the glare.
It certainly is a different subject to photograph.