steller's jay

This photo I have taken into Yosemite national park. Which I feel the best shot I have captured, when I was totally new to DSLR camera, and didn’t know much about settings of the camera.
The bird is called Steller’s jay, common in forest wildernesses. They’re familiar birds of campgrounds, picnic areas, parks, and backyards. Steller’s Jays spend much of their time exploring the forest canopy, flying with patient wingbeats.
This bird is named after the German naturalist Georg Wilhelm Steller, the first European to record them in 1741.