Thank you, very much, shahroodi35!
The sight of a crow gives a fabulously stunning twist to a breathtaking image...
Thanks for your nice comment :)
One of a million shot!
Thanks a lot :)))
Well, on SP now it's good 6 million photos and this one is still not amont the first thirty. But you words are very kind!
Thanks, Senad :)
decisive moment. If I may, I think this shot would be amazing as a b&w too.
Thanks for your comment :)
Yes, I would agree that also B&W would look as good as this version.
Yes, you were lucky, but you were there, ready to take this wonderful pictures! I love both climbing and flying, so thank you for this superb photo!
Thanks a lot! I do envy you flying ;)
i think the bird is a gracco - typical of Eastern Alps - but i don't know how is English name. Is it?
Hm, my Italian is poor, and I didn't find in Google translator what 'gracco' means. I think the two English words for this bird are: 'daw' and 'crow'. We call it 'kavka', or 'planinska kavka' = 'mountain crow'.
And, I admire your alpinistic accomplishments. You are really doing great tours and it's so good that you share them on the best mountaineering site on the web, which SummitPost intends to be ;)
Thanks Vid and have a have a good time.
I'm probably wrong, as ducks don't characteristically inhabit alpine zones, but the webbed feet have me puzzled. Any clear headed orthologists out there? Great picture though--balmy and sharp.
No, it's not a duck, he, he.