BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

YELLOW WARBLER

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WarblerThe bird was at a distance and in the shadows. Sometimes you get lucky, this was the only shot I took before it flew off. I see these warblers in the woods all summer but rarely get the chance to photograph them, they rarely touch down for long.

28 thoughts on “YELLOW WARBLER

  1. Awe, this is such a pretty photo, Belinda, well done!

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  2. I like the dappled light around the bird – the shade gives a feeling of protection and safety.

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  3. You have to be thrilled with this capture. You couldn’t ask for better. Perfect in the sliver of light!

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  4. You really were lucky to get this shot. Many of the prettiest songbirds don’t sit still for long.

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  5. That lighting on its face is perfect! Lovely image, Belinda.

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  6. Nice Belinda! I like the dappled light highlighting the eye & head against the darker background! Looks dramatic!

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  7. Oh how quick you had to be to get this beautiful shot, Belinda. Wonderful with the light on the eye, too.

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  8. If I were that tiny and cute, I’d not land too long either, have to show off! 😍

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  9. What a treat to open and see that eye glint staring right at me! Lovely, Belinda!

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  10. I never, ever, get more than a fleeting second with these. Very nice.

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  11. Great warbler capture, crisp and clear. It’s always fun when they hold still for the right second.

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  12. Looks so good in its habitat, Belinda!

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  13. Beautiful shot, lovely lighting.

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  14. AND you got it in that natural spotlight!

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