Trust a passing Curlew to get in the way lol
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
In reply to Alan:
Helping raise poultry welfare standards since 1999
Thanks Mike B for pointing me in the direction of this Thread.
A quick trawl through my photos brought up some I'd forgotten I'd taken.
The first 3 were at Minsmere where a Cattle Egret was making an uncommon visit and Bombed my pictures of the Cormorants.
The last one also at Minsmere was of a Common Tern Bombing my Black-headed Gull picture
Lot to learn
A perfectly focused collared dove, and often, another creature gets in on the act.
But an apple tree got in the way!
Flickr Peak Rambler
Looking through my butterfly pics I found this one I'd forgotten about. I was looking for Silver-washed Fritillary Butterflies when a Hoverfly flew into the frame across the head of the butterfly
Trawling through old photos to free up some space I found this one, I was practicing birds in flight and panning.
All the best
A crow decides to drop in and photobomb a small mix of curlew and oyster catchers. However, it does give a good idea of size once it landed
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