Magnolia Warbler

Posted by Craig Lipski on Sun Oct 01, 2023 10:07 am

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Magnolia Warbler 
Setophaga magnolia

500 4.0 L IS
1/160, f/5.6, ISO 800
Evaluative -67
Natural light

Comments and suggestions always welcome.

EDIT: I was just reviewing this post when I noticed the unfortunate leaf behind the warbler's, um, behind.  I can't unsee it.  Ugh!
Good light,

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by david fletcher on Sun Oct 01, 2023 11:47 am
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Super shot Craig and good use of habitat, although that leaf strikes an amusing thought.
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by Carol Clarke on Sun Oct 01, 2023 3:07 pm
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I always click for the full view when looking at any image, the detail on your subject is so good that I hadn't really noticed that pesky you've drawn my attention to it and like you, I can't unsee it...... I still think the image as a whole is a beauty!

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by peter makuch on Sun Oct 01, 2023 3:38 pm
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it's were the bird lands and when we click the shot, it's part of the habitat that the bird lives in, well done CRAIG.

by paul fletcher on Sun Oct 01, 2023 7:26 pm
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The leaf doesn't detract from the overall image quality, in my view Craig. Since Warblers are primarily birds of the forest, we almost always have leaves present when the photo is taken, so a fine image of one of Eastern North America's most attractive Warbler species!

by Axel Hildebrandt on Tue Oct 03, 2023 7:16 am
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Good-looking warbler, you have quite a few visiting species.
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by Karl Egressy on Tue Oct 03, 2023 10:57 am
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Lovely Fall plumage captured.

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