Brilliant idea! Here are a few of mine.
Great Crested Grebes
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
Redshank feeding at RSPB Middleton Lakes
Flickr Peak Rambler
Another from my recent trip to Middleton Lakes, a lapwing on the waters edge....
A confident swan at St Aidan's in West Yorkshire.
Looking at Birds on Purpose
A reflection with a difference, a banded damselfly....
Ruddy Darters, mating and laying eggs, reflecting on the water...
Common Blue Damsel
Another one from the mud at Titchwell yesterday. Lots of Dunlin about with varying shades of plumage with many still with black bellies.
Maybe reflections should also include shadow shots too ! so feel free to add your shadow (reflections) !
Here's a juvenile Pied Wagtail in the courtyard area of our temporary rental property.
In reply to HAZY:
I was only thinking that it will soon be the period of long shadows, from the autumnal light of the mornings and evenings, and was considering setting up a thread for Shadows or Long Shadows. However, as you got there before me, would you consider the honour?
Oooops, how rude of me, I forgot to say, super photos.
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