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Double-crested Cormorant Photograph - Double-crested Cormorant by Bob Orsillo

Double-crested Cormorant is a photograph by Bob Orsillo which was uploaded on May 11th, 2012.

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Just a fabulous shot and wonderfully processed! l/f

Wonderful Image, I love the back lighting and texture edit also! V

Oooh, this is so fabulous, dear Bob!! I love the way the light is hitting his wings!!! :))))vf

A marvelous and majestic capture of this cormorant. I love the composition and textures of this dazzling creation. Fb/f/l

Love these guys, super capture and masterful texture work! L/F

Oh I love this one even more than the duck in flight! You take such amazing bird photos, Bob!!! F/L

Lovely. Congratulations on your sale.

Wonderful processing Bob!

Congratulations on your sale Bob.

Double-crested Cormorant ~ Original fine art nature bird waterfowl photography by Bob Orsillo. Copyright (c)Bob Orsillo / http://orsillo.com - All Rights Reserved. Buy art online. Buy photography online The Double-crested Cormorant is the most numerous and widespread North American cormorant. It's also the only one that occurs in large numbers inland as well as on the coast. Growing in numbers throughout its range, this cormorant is increasingly being blamed for declines in sport fisheries and for devastating fish farms. The Double-crested Cormorant makes a bulky nest of sticks and other materials. It frequently picks up junk, such as rope, deflated balloons, fishnet, and plastic debris to incorporate into the nest. Parts of dead birds are commonly used too. Large pebbles are occasionally found in cormorant nests, and the cormorants treat them as eggs. Double-crested Cormorant nests often are exposed to direct sun. Adults shade the chicks and also bring them water, pouring it from their mouths into those of the chicks. In breeding colonies where the nests are placed on the ground, young cormorants leave their nests and congregate into groups with other youngsters (creches). They return to their own nests to be fed. Accumulated fecal matter below nests can kill the nest trees. When this happens, the cormorants may move to a new area or they may simply shift to nesting on the ground.

Fantastic capture!

I met his little brother today, but he was not as good looking as yours here! v/f

Incredible!

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thanks Anna! :)

Bob Oh Your Description is The best and such an excellent piece!! I really like the background colors, making his wings and textures pop!

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Chrisann - Thank you!

Gorgeous!! V/F!

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Cheryl :)

Great image Bob, these birds are so dark, your golden background is a perfect complement. It reminds me of an Oriental rice paper painting, simply wonderful work! v/f

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Susan! :)

Nice catch Bob!!

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Thank you Bill! ;)

Such Creative, Artistic Nest-Builders~ Wonderful Description Bob! This Guy is Absolutely Beautiful & so Regal~ EXCELLENT WORK!!

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Thank you Danielle :))

This is so fine! A graceful pose and great use of texture! v/f

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Thank you Betty! ;)

With such fine Grace and Elegance,splendid work Bob ,very beautifull ,v/F ,+ I would enjoy to make some features around in my groups.

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Thank you Colette! :)

Now that is an awesome image and love that texture

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Thank you Tracy! :)

Fantastic click and very informative description.Shades of gold are awsome!

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Thank you Sonali :)

Great cormorant capture and info, Bob! v/f

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Roger :)

I love the cormorants that we often see here in Wyoming, and never have I seen a more dramatic and beautiful image of one! What perfect gesture and incandescent light! Marvelous! v/f

Bob Orsillo replied:

Thank you Dawn! ;))

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