Select Three

My next task is to select only 3 of all images I’ve created since last September I managed to whittle it down to 5.

I recieved the following votes from social media and email as of 1/25/2015 :

  • 1 to remove Brown Thrasher
  • 4 to remove the House Sparrows
  • 3 to remove Golden Leaf and Fall Flower
  • 5 to remove Grasses
  • 2 to remove the Hermit Thrush

Thanks for your votes. Voting is now over. I will leave out House Sparrows. It was fun seeing which ones you all liked.  I’ll show the winning three at B&H on Monday, January 26.

Brown Thrasher with Berry, Central Park 10/5/2014
Brown Thrasher with Berry, Central Park 10/5/2014
Golden Leaf and Fall Flower, Central Park 10/25/2014
Golden Leaf and Fall Flower, Central Park 10/25/2014
House Sparrows Bathing, Conservatory, Central Park 10/5/2014
House Sparrows Bathing, Conservatory, Central Park 10/5/2014
Grass, Central Park 10/5/2014
Grass, Central Park 10/5/2014
Hermit Thrush, Central Park 10/25/2014
Hermit Thrush, Central Park 10/25/2014

12 thoughts on “Select Three

  1. Joseph 2015-01-21 / 12:35 am

    remove the Grass

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  2. Eileen Tamplin 2015-01-21 / 10:36 am

    You did not include my favorite Couch’s Kingbird. But of these five I love the three bird ones especially the bathing sparrows…. Thats not to say the leaves and grasses wern’t good

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  3. Christine May 2015-01-21 / 12:22 pm

    WOW really hard!!! Remove the grass???

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  4. Tom May 2015-01-21 / 2:40 pm

    Remove the Grass and the Golden Leaf

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  5. Lee Gaywood 2015-01-24 / 2:19 am

    remove Hermit Thrush & Golden Leaf

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  6. Laurie Lutz 2015-01-26 / 9:25 pm

    On the birds I like B and on the leaves (which is my favorite) I like A

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    • Sherry Lynn Felix 2015-01-26 / 9:39 pm

      Thanks for your honest input. You replied to the wrong post. “Select 3 was closed for vorting yesterday.” Looks like you are replying to “A Question of Photographic or Artistic Style.” If you like the unalterd photos that is your valid opinion. I know I can not compete with other photgraphers in that genre unless I do something different to the images, as in versions A.

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  7. Cathy 2015-01-26 / 9:36 pm

    I like the B’s. I think the colors are more vibrant and ther lighting is better. I am sure this is not what you want to hear, but that is my opinion.

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    • Sherry Lynn Felix 2015-01-26 / 9:46 pm

      Cathy, this is in the wrong post. As I said to Laurie, I can not compete with other bird photographers. teh only way I can make these images into my art is to work on them. If I do not succeed then I will keep trying.

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