Nice collection, did all this take place in your garden?
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 Highland McHale:
Excellent pictures Adam.
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:
Fantastic photos of a wonderful bird, thank you
In reply to Kezmo:
That's a fantastic set of photos Adam.
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In reply to Heron77:
Great set Adam!
"All weeds are flowers, once you get to know them" (Eeyore)
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In reply to Rockwolf:
Millie & Fly the Border Collies
Cheers, I'm glad you like them.
Yes, the House Sparrow was caught and eaten in my garden.
The pictures of the Sparrowhawk on the fence, was not that long ago taken from my bedroom window when I saw it just sitting there on my neighbours fence.
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