23 thoughts on “Feathers

  1. This is an awesome picture! I have a similar picture that features a closeup of a duck’s wing, and I think the pattern is beautiful but didn’t post it because I wasn’t sure if others would find it as pretty. Thanks for the inspiration, and for reminding me that I take pictures for ME first, not others’ approval. (although, let’s face it, everyone has their “let’s please everybody” moments. Again, love this picture! Thanks so much for posting.


    1. Oh, do post it, Office Diva. When I started taking photos and posting them a couple of years ago, I probably wouldn’t have posted an image like this either. I have been greatly inspired by others to be a little bolder and to experiment more. Go for it!


  2. Fabulous ! So soft looking … sort of reminds me of grass fronds blowing in fields
    Is it a Buff Orpington M ?
    I always thought I would like one of those or a Plymouth Hen or Jet Black one .. maybe one day 😉


    1. I looked up Buff Orpingtons, Poppy, but I don’t think it is one of those. It had a white ruff with ginger and charcoal wings. The predominant feathers in this image are ones from its back.

      I, too, would like to have some fancy hens one day.


  3. Oh, something of a departure for you maybe, M, and I like it very much. Having the two types of feathers works very well indeed, and there’s that single darker feather which is somewhere near the junction of the upper and right thirds. This is a really beautiful depiction of Nature! A


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