Feathery Blue Posted on March 20, 2014 by Sheila Creighton Posted in Art Tagged blue, close up, copyright, downy barbs, feather, light, macro, photography, sparkle 12 Comments Light catches the tiny downy barbs of a hawk feather. © Sheila Creighton 2014 Share this:ShareFacebookEmailTwitterPinterestLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Beautiful!! A million rainbow pictures.
thanks, E – I adore birds… and feathers.
I love the twinkling, silvered light and texture in this photo. Do you use a macro lens?
thanks, Laura. I have some screw on marco filters for now…cheap and cheerful and work like a charm.
I have screw on macro filters too. They do the trick for what I want them to do as an amateur.
they work great for any images of a close artsy nature – which I intend to sell. I’m a strong believer in judging the image and not whatever equipment was used to create it.
Another beautiful picture – it is a treasure.
thanks, Paula. feathers are such a great subject!
this photo just makes me say, “ohhhh! ahhh!” love it!
Delicate, blurred and beautiful. A