Although I've been lurking on the forum for some time, this is my first post. I'm a writer and photographer, mostly focusing on travel and nature. I also do a lot of work for educational organizations and schools. Perhaps it's this background that has given birth to one of my pet peeves. Perhaps I'm just an old grouch, but when I see an image hanging in a coffee shop, resturant, gallery or elsewhere, I get peeved when the subject of that image is incorrectly identified or identified too vaguely. Example: an image of a sand-hill crane labeled "heron" or an image of a woodpecker that is merely labeled "woodpecker", when there are many different species of woodpeckers. I'm very far from perfect and have been known to capture an image of a subject I cannot immediately correctly identify or, more likely, one I think is one thing and later learn is another. However, before posting, hanging or, certainly, selling the image I make it my business to find the correct name for the subject. If my usual online sources aren't helpful, I head for our local Audubon center, or submit the image to Cornell's online ornithology lab (in the case of birds) before sharing the image. Is this nit picking or do others share this obsession?