This week, Susanna O'Neil from the RSPB Bempton Cliffs office picks her photo of the week from the Nature's Home inbox.
With fewer than 100 breeding pairs in the UK, Veronica Richardson was lucky to catch this beautiful picture of a black redstart during a visit to Shingle Street in Suffolk. A self-confessed novice with a camera, we would have to say Veronica has caught a rare and wonderful shot of this bird in flight, the details of its wing feathers and stunning colour of its tail feathers belying her abilities! We can’t wait until you’re a pro’, Veronica!
Thanks for sending it in Veronica!
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This puffin photograph is absolutely fantastic and it makes my heart washlet sing - well done and thanks you!
This is the most beautiful picture I have seen in days. This is because people these days have the best papersowl.com prices review but don’t know how to capture a perfect click. A perfect click requires focus and above all patience which usually people lack these days.
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