Category: Italy, Photography Tagged: early bird, photography, weekly photo challenge
I just love this, the dappled bird on a dappled path. Lovely.
Like your interpretation, Paula.
😀 Thank you, Janet. I am so busy lately, look when I am replying to the comments 🙂
Paula, I know what you mean. With the beauties of spring all around and a relatively new (3 months) part time job, I have to make choices and I opt for more time outside and with my husband. But I try to cram in as much blogging, both posting (daily) and visiting as I can.
I’m glad you understand Janet. I wish you all the luck on your new job!
So far it’s going quite well. Thanks.
I also like the interpretation.
He’s really cute. What big feet he has! 🙂
Yes, he does, cause he is a young bird; when he grows up he will get more proportional 😀
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Too young to be squawking like the rest of the gulls just yet.
A lovely pose. Serene music works nicely too.
Cheers Alex. I really like this music and it is dedicated to Venice.
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It is a bird for sure! Early one?
More like a late one 😉 I don’t do early when on holidays.
The big question is: Is he/she really an early bird? 😀
Knowledgeable mind has asked the right question! He/she was a mid-day bird 😀
what a cute bird.Looking for breakfast perhaps
Yes, they always come to the plaza looking for breakfast… 🙂
Master of all he surveys?
bonjour la mouette
Bonjour Marc 😀
Haha bonne réponse Paula, quel humour !
I like the way you processed this, desaturation on the edges? or was this shot this way? Nice either way.
There was no need for desaturation, just a bit of vignetting. Thank you very much.
What is vignetting? I know a vignette. Or should I just google it??
It’s the same thing, but you can google it if you feel like it.
Interesting, and a nice final photo.
Cute and a great interpretation of the prompt.
This is a fantastic shot!!!
Fantastic photography and most ingenious theme interpretation. Seagull young just out of the nest early in it’s bird life ergo early bird. 🙂
A 10* comment 🙂
Waiting for some food? Usually you get about 20 gathering around you here, when you eat at the beach.
But how do you know he was early? Maybe he was late for a previous evening engagement? You can never be sure with seagulls 🙂 You made me laugh. Thank you.
I love the look on its face. Is it saying “OK, I’m the early bird, but where’s the worm?” I’m going to do a word early bird, in black and white what’s more! My best early-birding was being early enough to beat the crowds at Plitvička and having all those waterfalls to myself for maybe two hours.
Wow, what time did you get there? Do you remember where you stayed when at Plitvička?
At an airbnb place: http://airbnb.com/rooms/1241214
That’s reasonably priced. How far from the National park are they? Did the room price include the entrance fee?
Maybe a kilometre. No it didn’t include entrance fee, but it was the whole house. I was probably down to catch the ferry somewhere between 7 and 8. And all that’s a year ago.
Why don’t I get it all together! Here’s my post about the apartment.
I love your originality. And this photo is gorgeous.
the early morning light is enough to bring Earth and its creatures to life but there are only shades of greys as we awaken. Nice photo, enjoy the week.
Beautifully composed Paula! Glad he/she isn’t a pigeon! 😀
A Venetian 😉
Thought as much 🙂 I have a few. Not as well composed!
Hi Madhu, you really take an extensive walk here today, but you missed one post that might interest you 😉 (Thursday’s Special: Panorama)
Off to take a look….
Such a cute picture, Paula! 🙂
fun take on the early bird theme – and the pattern/design in the stone and bird is my fav of the shot –
Love this little guy!
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