Tunnel vision through a lens hood # 3

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© Andrea Petersen
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Photo Info
UploadedFebruary 18, 2014
TakenFebruary 17, 2014
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D3000
Exposure1/200 sec at f/11
FlashCompulsory Flash, Return light detected
Focal Length195 mm
ISO100

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He shall fly away as a dream...as a vision of the night...Job 20:8

The chickadee understood
He was to fly thru' tunnel vision...
Of the cameras lens hood
To reach his mission..
With faithful wings in flight,
While it was still day light..
Poetry by me, AJP

Here is the link to the entry that I entered for the Tunnel Vision challenge:

http://jpgmag.com/photos/3652034

8 responses

  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett gave props (18 Feb 2014):

    And a handsome fellow in his little vignette!! Are the bottom feathers actually orange-tinged or is it the reflecting light coming in?

  • Donna Mullins

    Donna Mullins (Deleted) gave props (18 Feb 2014):

    I saw a chickadee here at home today already checking out one of our birdhouses.Sure hope she builds! Very pretty !

  • Andrea Petersen

    Andrea Petersen said (18 Feb 2014):

    Thank you for the comments...Don, The Black Capped Chickadees in the winter time have deeper buff or orange tinged feathers on their sides and some are noticeably darker than others...Of course if they are in a place like it shows on the feeder where the snow can reflect on them it enhances and saturates their colors even more...Donna, I sure hope you get to see the baby chickadees if they decide to build in one of your bird houses....In all of the years we've been feeding the adults we have yet to see baby Chickadees in the nest.....I imagine they would be very tiny when they are born..When they leave the nest they are the same size as the adults.....They have the sweetest personalities of all of the song birds...They come right up to me when I go out to feed them ... The nuthatch is getting tamer now too and I could have reached out to touch him on the feeder this morning. They are cute.

  • Ioana Caravan

    Ioana Caravan   gave props (18 Feb 2014):

    Great idea for the challenge!

  • Ted Anderson

    Ted Anderson (Deleted) gave props (19 Feb 2014):

    Beautifully done.

  • Barbara Kurth

    Barbara Kurth said (19 Feb 2014):

    Love this series....another great shot Andrea ! It's wonderful to see these little creatures in such detail.....(:

  • Sonia Adam Murray

    Sonia Adam Murray gave props (19 Feb 2014):

    This is wonderful Andrea!

  • Heather Mellon

    Heather Mellon gave props (20 Feb 2014):

    Like taking a peek into a Chickadee`s world.. a beautiful capture!

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