Hope you are well. This is indeed a fine panoramic view of this ripe wheat field with the breathtaking scenery around it. Lovely scene indeed! Thanks a lot for sharing, take care,
Hope you are well and nice to meet you. Yes, you have been to Gauntlet Falconry Centre and if you do not mind, let me add,it is a falcon my dear friend and not an eagle.... but your photo is of top quality, a merit indeed.You have captured the head of this lovely...probably ...peregrine falcon in a commendable fashion.Thanks a lot for sharing, take care,
Hope you are well. I am sorry I have come to your photo a little late, my neighbour.Yes, indeed as someone noted earlier, a broken heart in freezing cold. I call it highly imaginative shot of great quality.Well done!Barbs and snow and dry thin stalks, it is a typical winter scene and England at this time of the year is white in most places. Thanks a lot for sharing an excellent photo, take care,
Hope you are well. This is simply majestic! A thing of beauty! Thanks for sharing, take care
Hope you are well. A very good photo with a wonderful note showing the human fears but the inevitable happens and as Robert has said, the present moment is what matters and what has been captured here and it is simply exquisite. Thanks a lot for sharing a wonderful experience which will stay with you as long as this photo will be there. Thanks and take care,
Hope you are well. What an artistic photo! And it is purely experimental and I do not know whether that figure over there was missed by others, The date palm or simply palm and the figurine and the landscape in defocused and blurred,and the light and your note. yes, I think we are free people and we are free to do what we like, I have taken this all this way. As an experimental shot, I am all for it. Thanks for sharing, take care,
Hope you are well and nice to meet you. Please accept belated New Year's greetings.This is really artistic, I mean the piece of art in the shot and the shot itself, for you have captured it artistically and impressively.Spain came to be recognized as a nation of art and culture by the rest of Europe quite late but now it is at par with Italy, France and Germany over the mainland.Thanks for sharing and thanks for your comments to my son's photo, take care,
Hope you are well. Nice to know you, Jean and accept somewhat belated happy New Year greetings from Pakistan. This is a picturesque scene from Italy where you were on tour perhaps. The mountain beside the lake, the narrow strip with buildings and the waiting passenger boat, Europe has always attracted English over the years.I am a student of English Literature and I know how William Wordsworth, Byron, Shelley and others roamed around Europe, for France and Italy always meant a lot.
Thanks a lot for sharing a very beautiful shot and thanks for your comments to my son's photo take care,
Hope you are well. This is simply splendid and the short accompanying note explains the difference between the two species very well. Against a blue sky background, the bird stand out prominent and exquisitely focused.Come to TrekNature friend....smile....you do not belong here.
Thanks for sharing, take care,
Hope you are well and nice to meet you, man. Really a great shot! I wonder where this nest is situated, in the wild or somewhere near the human habitation? I say so because these great birds are so used to humans in Europe and elsewhere and live in the cities in most of the Scandinavian countries.It is a great contribution, nest as large as the rock, wow shot!Thanks a lot for sharing, take care,
warm regards / Abid