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Grackle Photograph - Ominous Molting Grackle by Bill Tiepelman

Ominous Molting Grackle is a photograph by Bill Tiepelman which was uploaded on August 16th, 2012.

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Hi Bill, Thank you for the addition to the FAA Portraits gallery and congratulations on being featured!

Congratulations on being featured in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"

THIS IS BEAUTIFUL BIRD...V

thanks so much for the kind comments all!

Great detail in the bird and very nice colors.

Fantastic shot! Love the feather details! Birds are my fav. subject as well. I have sold a few, but you are right, they dont sell as good a other subjects. I guess that won't keep me for shooting the though!! :D v/f

One serious looking bird here!!!! Love this shot....great capture...wonderful colors! v/f

Bill Tiepelman replied:

thanks Debra :)

Bill, great wildlife capture, fantastic details in the photo of the bird and his surroundings. The expression that you captured looks like the bird has seen something and is going in for the kill. This photo is so clear and crisp love the way you blurred out the background to let the viewer concentrate on the bird. Great capture of the colors on the bird and his claws holding onto that branch. Excellent shot. voted, favorite, FB promoted and made it my daily favorite for Friday, August 17th

Bill Tiepelman replied:

thanks so much for your detailed insights John. Bird photo's don't generally sell to well, bu they are my passion. Thanks so much for the kind words.

looks like a mean 'un....but great capture...

Bill Tiepelman replied:

ty Larry!

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