Weekly Photo Challenge: Hidden
Just about hidden.
Your picture is so cute, it looks like you were able to get up really close?
I was lucky, the bird was quite brave it didn’t mind the fact that I was there harassing him/her for a few photos.
Its a amazing so sharp!
Haha i think the bird was posing for you. Fun!
I like the bird’s eye – he is watching you!
Great shot nice post for this week themes
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wonderful – love this shot!
hidden in plain sight 🙂
I like how much blue sky is in the pic – gives it a great contrast to the bird. Fun!
I like this picture.
Great shot !
Brilliant photo! Love its eyes 🙂
What a great shot! Wonderfully captured. And the subject is amazing too. 🙂
Amazing photo. The contrast between the greys and the blues works really well!
Now that’s what is “hidden” 🙂 like the clarity and composition of the picture
Ha ha ha …. Excellent photo.
Wow.. Nice timing and composition also.. Great catch..
Great fun. And not what I was expecting at all!
now that is cute
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simply beautiful and loved the way you captured it!
The bird is staring at you, any closer am sure it would bite you 😉
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excellent shot. beautifully hidden.
Pelicans are not the brightest of birds – he thinks you haven’t spotted him;-) They’re just slightly sharper than pigeons which are now part of a Hyde Park Pelican’s diet! That’s a nice shot 🙂
(and composition), C.O.R.!
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