After talking to Gaynor yesterday about her camera being able to take video I thought I would start this thread in case anyone else takes videos.
I took this one this morning.
feel free to add yours.
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Superb capture of a beautiful bird D, thanks for sharing!
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In reply to WendyBartter:
Great idea for a thread Alan and what a bonus to start it, glad you caught up with Lady K this morning; I'm now waiting eagerly for the video of the Weasel next time you see it lol
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In reply to HAZY:
LOL I saw it this morning Hazel but he was too quick and too close for a video..Mart has just put a KF video on flickr and just asked him if he's got it on youtube.
In reply to Alan.:
Lol, now I'm really jealous saying the Weasel was too close for a video !!!
Re: Mart's video, cheers Alan, I'll take a look shortly.
Lovely video of Mrs K, Alan. Shows how light she is perching on that flimsy reed. I also like the way she keeps her head still even though her body is moving a bit in the wind.
I ought to do more videos but I'd have to take a tripod out with me as I can't hold the camera steady enough otherwise.
I would love to see the Weasel if you get the chance.
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In reply to TeeJay:
Not been doing so many myself & didn't feel I had enough for new thread so am pleased you opened this one D!
This from 16th Feb
This one even older 24th Jan & so short I had to slo-mo it
This one shows how the Spadgers congregate in the quarry scrub on a sunny day
Lovely videos Wendy I especially like the Sparrows, it's like that in my garden and the sound of them chattering is amazing.
I should count them all for when Hazel views it.
Ain't got no time for dat!!! aitch will have to do it for herself! Lol
Hey ! I heard that lol I'm sure you wouldn't miss a few of those gorgeous spadgers ! my garden doesn't seem right without those chirpy characters. I'll pay postage and the bubble wrap required lol
I think I may have posted this before but he's such a handsome chap that I don't suppose it'll do any harm to see him again. Taken from the upstairs window of the house.
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