Photography Bird On A Roof Top Posted on December 10, 2013November 29, 2017 by Thomas Slatin May 2007Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostNerdy Gift Ideas For 2013 Next PostOld Suitcase (Edit) 33 thoughts on “Bird On A Roof Top”What quite a view. It looks very pretty.Loading...ReplyThe Crow ha ha. Seriously though this is a very good shot. The fact that you captured the bird in this exact position is cool. Animals have limited attention spans. This is skill right here.Loading...ReplyLove the angle of the photo. The sky is also amazing in this shot.Loading...ReplyWhat a cute bird…I wake up to there sound every morning..great picture tomLoading...ReplyI can hear sound on this picture. I woul dlove to wake up to this every morning with birds on my windowLoading...ReplyThis was a usual thing in our neighborhood back when I was a little girl, seeing pigeons and other birds flitting about and landing on rooftops. Nowadays, bad kids shoot at them with slingshots and the birds haven’t come back ever since.Loading...ReplyI love doves because they symbolize peace. The shot captured the bird very well.Loading...ReplyWhat a significant view. It looks exceptionally lovely.Loading...ReplyI can’t get enough of looking at this beauty. I real love doves.Loading...ReplyIt’s a great shot. The bird has no idea that it’s being photographed.Loading...ReplyWow, this is fantastic I swear. The red bricks looks somehow and the sky is perfect. The itself is cute. Great output guyLoading...ReplyIn my own part of the world, birds in such position are used as informants. Nice shot from a perfect angle.Loading...ReplyThe editing on this image is really professional. It really brought beauty to the bird. Thanks for sharing friendLoading...ReplyThat bird is very similar to a pigeon, if I know them! These pigeons like to live on rooftops, the bad thing is that they leave a lot of manure on them.Loading...ReplyThe bird looks magnificent. You did justice with the shot too. Amazing job Tom!Loading...ReplyThat dove inspires tranquility, and tenderness, that is what we human beings need in these difficult times.Loading...ReplyI can’t make out whether this is an easle or a pigeon. It kind of looks like both.Loading...ReplyIt’s like the bird was posing for the photo. This is very wonderfully executed Tom!Loading...ReplyThe clear sky in the background is impressive. It must have been a wonderful day.Loading...ReplyI bet it took some meticulous timing to get this shot. You have quite the eye for incredible shots.Loading...ReplyYou zoomed it well. Your camera is great.Loading...ReplyThis shot strikes me as very iconic. It is also very professionally done.Loading...ReplyYou achieved a very good zoom quality. Your camera is definitely a very powerful one.Loading...ReplyThe bird looks like it has a halo around it. I’m in love with this photo <3Loading...ReplyWonderful angling on the shot Tom! The perspective is simply perfect!Loading...ReplyIn this photo you have captured the beautiful merger of nature and what is man-made. I think it’s a very deep photo.Loading...ReplyA simple yet uniquely elegant photo. This is just how I like it. Kudos on a wonderful job!Loading...ReplyImagine how high is that, but you manage to give us a great shot. Correct me if I’m wrong, but it looks like a pigeon.Loading...ReplyI love pigeons, I know that many people think they are dirty but for me they are urban survivers.Loading...ReplyThis looks cool, I really like how the bird sat pretty to be shot. The view is cute.Loading...Replythis looks more like an art work, a bird sitting that calm for a shoot. the color effect too is really lovelyLoading...ReplyThis is quite a lovely shot. The bird looks so at peace with itself on top of that roof.Loading...ReplyYour timing is perfect. It turned out pretty great. Continue to do your best.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply to Alex Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.