Well it went without saying that I'd like your pics. They're absolutely amazing, thank you. I wish I could take such fantastic pics.
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In reply to paula:
Great photos, thanks for sharing.
The necessity of bird-watching is a really good reason for avoiding all forms of housework.
The dust will still be there tomorrow - the birds may not be!
In reply to Squirrel:
Absolutely stunning pictures. Brilliant!
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Hi Anyone with practice and time can take a good picture, I must say they are good pics very clear, Took this at Eyebrook Res( Heron). Go out take pics talk to other people, up at top lodge they have two guys that are really good and I'm sure one of them give lessons from just begining to as far as you want to go. Phone top lodge ask for Chris Andrews if he is not there just ask the other staff for details. They are all very helpful
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In reply to scottthehat:
What fantastic photos do you use a tripod and as i need a new camera what would you recommend as i would love to take photos like yours, they are execellent.
In reply to Alison:
Brilliant collection of shots and a good way of making sure all see them! Keep up the good work. Look forward to more.
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.
Great pictures, especially the Nuthatch, would love to see these in our garden................or even on our local patch, for a relatively common bird they manage to avoid us.
What camera and lense do you use?
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In reply to Norfolk Dipper:
thanks for all the nice comments, all these picture were taken with my pentax k20d and nsigma 170-500mm lens , but i have i nikon d300 now and sigma 150-500mm lens,
as for buying cameras it depends on what you budget is,
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