Dove perched in a tree by Ann Reece

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In my backyard perched, on a branch, the dove seems to be keeping an eye on me. When I aimed the camera towards it the dove moved a bit and actually posed for me. When I lowered my camera, the dove flew off.

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I am impressed with the beautiful photography and art work on RedBubble. I like to admire the wide range of talent and to learn from what others do and hope to keep on improving my work.

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  • Regenia Brabham
    Regenia Brabhamover 4 years ago

    What a great starting shot Ann!! This is great. The focus is perfect. I am so glad you are here!!!

  • Thanks for the compliment on my photo Regenia! I owe a lot of taking this photo to you, you are a great teacher. I am glad that I am here among my friends that left JPG and I look forward to meeting new photo friends!!!

    – Ann Reece

  • Bradley Nichol
    Bradley Nicholover 4 years ago
    • Nice photo. (I have 4 of these living in yard for the last 10 years).
  • Thanks for the comment Bradley, we have a lot of the doves around here that I get to enjoy. I love their call and their beauty.

    – Ann Reece

  • Judy Wanamaker
    Judy Wanamakerover 4 years ago

    Such a lovely shot of this beautiful dove! It looks almost like the Western whitewing doves that visit us each year.

  • Judy, Thank you for identifying this Dove. I have trouble sometimes identifying birds from the books, they don’t always look the same as the bird, but in this case, the white edge on the wings helps to identify it.

    – Ann Reece

  • eithnemythen
    eithnemythenover 4 years ago

    Hey, welcome..I only just found you..this is a super shot…

  • Thanks Eithne! I am so glad to find so many JPG friends on Redbubble now!!!

    – Ann Reece

  • Barb Miller
    Barb Millerover 4 years ago

    Lovely Ann. This is the first time I have seen this dove with those beautiful wing edges. Instant FAV. An awesome capture. Barb

  • Thank you for the comment. This was my first photo using my new 70-300 lens on the 300 setting.

    – Ann Reece

  • Cupertino
    Cupertinoover 4 years ago


    We have a pair of doves tending a nest in the eaves of our roof over our sun porch with 4 eggs in it. I can’t wait for them to hatch. We have some good close-ups of the eggs and doves but, the background is lousy. This is a wonderful shot.

  • I hope that your baby doves make it. We have had them nest in a hanging basket by our back door and the babies never made it, some critter got to them and killed them. It’s so sad. I took that basket down and hope that the doves find a safer place to hatch their babies.

    – Ann Reece

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