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The Mother To Be

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All Glory Goes To God who created birds!

Updated 7-2-15 to improve quality. I couldn't stand the low quality look from the denoise for months and finally updated it thanks to a DA Glitch requiring me to. Well it required reupload and I did that several times and didn't work and then finally loaded when going back and decided to update it. Removed Grainy Noise background and increased overall quality including colors and the sharpness of the cute Dora Doo's Which is my new nickname for them. Females are Dora Doo's and male's Dora Dudes. Play off Dorado which is the City of Gold. Yes it's a long thought process pun.

This is a Female American Gold Finch with her breeding Plumage.

ALL MY BOKEH IS NATURAL! :D

This is dedicated to an amazing bird photographer who inspired me to get into bird photography JetteReitsma check her out!

Some of my other work
World Domination Will Be Mine Now Push The Button! by CRGPhotographyPeacock by CRGPhotographyFood for the Soul by CRGPhotographyThe Seeds of Life Are Ringing Ringing in My Heart by CRGPhotography

Photo taken with my Nikon Cool Pix L820 at my bird feeder :D The bokeh is caused by sunlight going through the trees about 30 meters away I think. Not good with estimations but it's a ways away. I don't have the ability to edit things like aperture or shutter speed and stuff like that with my camera so I have to move me and the subjects to get bokeh. Which I think makes it even more beautiful.

Critique's are encouraged :D (Big Grin)

You may use this image to create your own deviations as long as it is non graphic, and non-profit and you link me to this. That means you can use this image for commercial work aslong as you are a charity or the money goes to charity.
Image size
3456x2765px 7.61 MB
Make
NIKON
Model
COOLPIX L820
Shutter Speed
1/125 second
Aperture
F/5.8
ISO Speed
360
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