OMG! I got a shock just looking at your photo. Superb shot. Congratulations
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I am not sure if this is the type of attitude that you are after, but this Sulphur Crested Cockatoo was certainly giving passers by a lot of attitude by swearing at them.
I am not a fan of birds in small cages, and this guy would normally have a much larger aviary to fly around in but he was being quarantined in a small cage after getting a treatment from the vet, and he was not happy about it.
Sulfur Crested Cockatoo behind bars by Idiot4Hire, on Flickr
Shot with an 1100D with an ef-s 55-250mm lens.
Black-bellied Plover - Martha's Vineyard
60d + 100-400 mm
Nice shot! Like the lower angle perspective.
I have posted the Haystacks picture in the lens gallery, but thought I'd pop it into the Landscape gallery along with another picture. They are both taken in the English Lakes District National Park, the first from a small mountain known as 'Haystacks", looking towards Crummock Water and Ennerdale Water, with High Stile in the middle, at 2,643 feet. I know many around the world will laugh at that height being a mountain ( not those in the Netherlands ) but to us Brits it's a mountain.
Second picture is taken in Borrowdale by the River Derwent, looking towards Maiden Moor, a paltry 1,887 feet.
All on the 24-105 at f11, at which aperture this lens is as good as anything else really, especially after pp.
Some Lorikeets in my yard
200mm f/2.0 shot @ 2.0 1/320 iso 100 case 1
great grandson Trayvin
Another 6D 300 X2