Wow, what an amazing capture, I love how the branches frame it. Awesome!
Very well doàne James!
WAY TO GO James! This is so good!
Talk about the right place at the right time with the right camera!Terrific picture...REALLY a great shot!Sunny :)
You keep saying that you are just finding out about the buttons on your camera...pffft...if this is the result you are a Master at it. I love this picture. It's like something you would see in National Geographic. It's stunning. TBK loves it :)
that's a wonderful accident...have a happy coming 2010 James.
Reminds me a little bit of Japanese woodblock printing - nishiki-eNice effect. :-)
Wow! Beautiful shot.
think you nailed it...
lucky and bravo!ciao simona
I like your honesty about the shot. You could have told us that you spent hours perfecting the settings to be able to pick up the rich colors. :-)It's a great shot. Thank you for sharing it.
I love this care free shot!
A very very good amb beautiful photo. My compliments!I wish you a happy 2010.Best regards from Barcelona.
What a great capture. Right click at the right time!
Serendipity! Great catch, James!
Quite an artistic photo actually. Great!Bhangarh
It is the very lovely moment.This year, I'm glad for the opportunity to meet with you. Thank you for showing your wonderful works. I look forward to a reencounter with you next year. Wish you a Happy New Year 2010.From the Far East. Best regards.ruma
What a happy accident! This is a wonderful photo.
It´s a pretty unique birdy shot and that is exactly why it is so cool. The composition is so well done in a hurry.
I'd be so, so proud if I took a photo like this.Lucy
Wowza! What was the shutter speed!? I love the way the wings are extended.Happy New Year!
Omg this is magnificent, a true masterpiece!Thanks for all the wonderful pictures and Happy New Year!:-)
I just love those happy accidents. This one is great! It's visually pretty, and it also shows how the wings work :)