Metamorphosis — Elan Mudrow Photography

Salmon River, Oregon. June 20, 2017

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17 Responses to Metamorphosis — Elan Mudrow Photography

  1. sallyyang237 says:

    Stunningly beautiful! I’m so into the the shadows crossed the lights.

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  2. Beautiful photo! The blue and green are so vivid! 😉

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  3. Love the interplay of light and shadow, and those colours! Well done, Elan!

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  4. roberta m says:

    Beautiful capture-the sun is giving the feathers an iridescent tone. Very nice!

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  5. MC Clark says:

    Striking colors…nice play of light and shadows.

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  6. Beautiful colors… but possibliy a sad occasion that left these feathers behind…

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  7. jtaylor395 says:

    Wow what kind of bird did those feathers belong to?

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  8. Adan Ramie says:

    Gorgeous!

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  9. chungwipff says:

    Truly beautiful! Stunning!

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  10. Love your photos and posts……so much can be interpreted into them depending on how one see’s them. So versatile !!

    Keep on doing what you do……I’ll be following 🙂

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  11. This reminds me of the bower birds we used to get in far north New South Wales, Australia. They would build bowers then try to attract females by scattering anything blue in the entrance – feathers, clothes pegs, jewellery, amazingly colourful. Then they’d carry on yelling and bawling to attract the females and display their wares!

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