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Great Royaldevon 2018-08-16 2:07

Hello Luis,

THank you for your notes about this attractive bird. It is unusual for males and females to look the same but it does happen in our common robins. However, if you see two robins together, you will know that one is male and the other female for they are aggressively territorial.
The light is just catching the tip of the bird's beak and legs, illuminating them iso they look almost transparent!
WE can see the details of the bird well, so that we could recognise it, if we should come upon it. The sharpest focus is on the thick branch but, I know how difficult it is to photograph birds, especially when you want them to remain stationary, so that is not a strong criticism, just a comment.

Have a lovely day,
Bev :-)

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Old 08-17-2018, 01:33 AM
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Hi, Bev!

This was my first experience photographing birds and I really enjoyed shooting them and then trying to identify them. The light was really very strong, damaging some points in the photo, I even cut a part because of it. This particular bird did not stop quiet haha!

Many thanks for your comment and have a nice day!
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