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My name is Scott Whittle and I'm co-authoring a book on warbler ID, to be published by Princeton University Press this year. I saw a photo of an Ovenbird on your site, and would like to use it in our book. Please let me know if that's possible, and I can give you more details on the photo. Thanks so much for your help!
Thanks for inviting me in. You do great work. I left Coneskonk point about 10:45; still no Skimmers.
Hi! I have not been on the "Birding" on NJ.Com for a long time. Hope all is well with you, as I see you have not been on there for a long time either. I hope you get this message....my husband would like to know if you have heard about the bald eagles we now have in Point Pleasant? He would like to paint them (airbrush) but would like to see if you would be interested in taking the photo for him. We don't have a camera like yours, nor do we have the skills!! You can e-mail us at email@example.com and thanks in advance! bird46
You have terrific nature shots!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Wonderful, I'll be a regular visitor.
I believe your galleries have some of the most beautiful nature shots I've seen, and what a great variety!!
Hi Osprey-thanks for your kind words and taking the time to view my images. I apologize for the small size-I used to post larger images but another photographer hijacked some of my images and presented them as his own so now I post a smaller size. Where are you located?
Thanks for looking
Like your name! ;)
Here in Sweden the ospreys have a hard time.
There is not many old big trees left for them
to nest in anymore! Catastrophe! To next winter
we will try to build nests for them on poles
and in treetops. Great photos Osprey!
You are truly one of my favorite photographers (and friends). I love all your images and want to be just like you when I grow up. Because I am already older than you, that may take some doing....
are you the same osprey that uses the hancock house forum,under the user name osprey?
One of the better bird galleries I've seen, an there is quite a few good ones. What camera and lens to you use........
Wiele pieknych zdjec ptakow w galeriach!
A tak z ciekawosci, (nie chce byc nachalny)
dlaczego tak sie interesujesz ptakami? Zawodowo?, czy potrzeba wolnosci?
cieplo pozdrawiam z Ojczyzny
I think looking through your pictures is time well spent.
Can I just say that you're awesome?
I'm glad I came across your galleries, you have some superb Birds shots. Definitely added to my favourites list!
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner
Hi Kathy, nice hearing from you again. I hope you had a great summer and you took MANY pics. The Yellow Cuckoo pictures were the highlights of my birding summer, thanks for noticing it. Have nice Halloween.
Chyba nie bede odosobniona w opinii i nie powiem nieczego co nie zostalo by jeszcze powiedziane. Swietna robota!
Your galleries are inspirational - I can't stress enough how I would love to be able to see like this when I am looking through the viewfinder. Great work and thanks for your nice comments also.
Your pictures are ok. But I DO NOT LOOK 38 !
i like does pics they can b quite cute
Thank you for the nice comment you left on my gallery, I enjoyed a lot your feather in water
Grahamd, you're welcome
Thanks for coming back to look at my photos although I'm not sure why you did, I haven't touched them for 5 months. I guessed you couldn't stay away after all this time. Interesting that you posted a comment on a gallery that is three years old which I haven't touched for that time either. I wonder what prompted you to do that and to leave such a thoughtless comment? Anyway, glad that you find my galleries so alluring. I'm sure you must find them very interesting, otherwise you wouldn't have come back. Sadly, I can't repay the compliment to your pointless and boring photos, but thanks for dropping by anyway.
I usually dont even pay attention to it but it so happened I just photographed, this past Sunday, an identical looking bird and I remember going through my field guides.
Why dont you just remove my comment.
Thanks for your ID tip on my previously-called Tennesse Warbler. I guess you are right,
I based my ID on the complete lack of wing bands but than the fall plummage of the Palm
Warbler looks right like that. And it did indeed wag its tail when on the ground...
Wonderful galleries, keep up the good work!
No problem JC!:-)
Joseph W. Carey
thanks for coming by...don't know what the religious right was doing judging it but i appreciated your defense...
keep up your good work
The fish shot is of a Bluefish in feeding Frenzy. They were feeding close to the beach so I kept on clicking until I got it:-) Lucky Shot:-)
As to the action shots I take them only in maximum light and I practice, practice and practice how to follow the subject in motion. Even when I see an ugly Gull flies by, I try to get it in focus and then follow it for a while. When I dont practice pictures become blurry:-( (I dont use tripod)
I was looking for that cool shot of the fish you posted in the forum. What was the story behind that?
Nice bird shots..how do you get the action shots so clear?
enjoyed viewing your images. I too have a passion for birding and bird photography. Please visit my images when you get a chance
You see Grahamd I respect your opinion and I will not remove your posting. Too bad you cant stand the head and felt compel to remove my and all other comments from your galleries. You asked on the forum to give you constructive feedback which I did. Why did you then remove my post? If you didnt ask for it or asked for positive feedback only I wouldnt say a word.
I'm afraid that bird-spotting is not for me, you've seen one, you've seen them all, but hey, each to his own ;-)