Ohhh, I just adore collared doves! I don't now why, perhaps it's just the simplicity of their appearance
I don't have those fancy cameras though to get a good shot, the only decent thing I've got is an SLR but it's not like there's going to be a darkroom around the corner to process my film with!
Anywho, loving the depth of field in this, I've always got a thing for having to blur something, it adds so much emphasise to the object you wish the viewer to see such lovely lighting, gives off a warm glow, almost feels seasonal <3
Everything seems fine, though I feel really nit picky for this, it's a shame about the top branch overlaying the dove's head slightly, if it was behind then it wouldn't have bothered me guess I get this from my teacher. I once got a shot of a wood pigeon on a feeder, looking straight at me and froze at a perfect wing cycle, not a single blur! He grades it down cause the very top of the wings, like a cm, were cropped out of the shot cause they didn't fit, it's a crime!!!