Blue Tit

  • In reply to Squirrel:

    Squirrel B said:

    Mmmmph.... I fink I'll go suck my thumb now........ (wink)

    Squirrel

    LOL  :-)

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  • In reply to scottthehat:

    Oh man, how are we supposed to compete with that scottthehat?? It's stunning.

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  • In reply to paula:

    I agree - fantastic photo. Well done.

    The necessity of bird-watching is a really good reason for avoiding all forms of housework.

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  • In reply to paula:

    Paula A said:

    Oh man, how are we supposed to compete with that scottthehat?? It's stunning.

    thanks paula and sorry , just love my birds and my camera gear, i have so many pics but they need ownsizing as there all massive files, but i will post more when i havs done them, thanks once again

  • In reply to scottthehat:

    Nice one scottthehat, your latest offer is very good. A double click, on it, gives really nice detail around the eye and beak! brilliant. 

    For viewing or photography right place right time is everything. I'd rather be in the right place with poor kit than have the best kit and be in the wrong place.

  • In reply to scottthehat:

    scottthehat said:
    • hope this fits better, sorry for the big pics,

    The dark background sets off the subject and foreground brilliantly.  Top class photo.

     

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  • In reply to Heron77:

    thanks for the nice comments,

  • In reply to Squirrel:

    That's sooooo cute!

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  • In reply to Cartimandua:

    Wow! Great pics so far!!

    Here are a couple of my contenders!

    This next little one flew into my kitchen window. I went out and found him out cold on the ground so I picked him up and put him inside my jacket to keep him warm and after a while he came round. As soon as he was more 'with it', I placed him on a branch in my garden and he just sat there looking at me! So I went back indoors and got my camera, took a couple of shots and then he flew off!!  Probably the only time I will have been so close to a blue tit!!

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