Took a morning stroll to the new RSPB development at Sandwell Valley - nice building with a fantastic view over the wetland. Very pleased to see the feeders a little nearer to the viewing area and pleased to of bagged a decent image of a Bullfinch (Male) - need to go again when the light is less harsh.
As a bonus, also captured a fishing Kingfisher (but at a distance):
Local RSPB Reserve: Sandwell Valley
My Photo Blog: www.loz.pics
Very nice - sometimes distance gives more to the shots, as in this case.
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In reply to Bobs_Still_Retired:
Apologies for the delayed reply, we've just seen your post here at Sandwell Valley! You have some fantastic shots, would it be okay if we were to share some on our social media please? We could obviously credit you, and tag your handle on Twitter/ Facebook if you would like?
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In reply to Lucy H:
Hello Lucy - thank you for the kind comments. It would be nice to get Sandwell Valley a little more exposure so share away ;-)
In reply to Trugga:
That's brilliant, thank you! We will share on our Twitter soon. Do you have an account you would like us to tag you in? Otherwise we can credit it to your name?
I think my twitter tag is @Trugga - perhaps I should use twitter a little more ;-)
Next time I'm at the visitor centre, I'll pop in and say hi.
That's great thank you, we'll be sure to tag you in them!
See you soon in the centre!
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