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Saturday, 26 December 2009

Round up

A quick round up of a few pictures taken over the last few days of this month. I'm still working on the Christmas outings........




Common Gull, with two Black-headed Gulls.




A distant male Bullfinch, down at the local.



Nuthatch, playing, ‘lets stare at Keith’




A rather odd looking Greylag Goose



A distant Mistle Thrush. (too many ‘distant’ birds sometimes.)






Black-tailed Godwit. Yea, distant.




Grey Heron, trying to look inconspicuous.




Common Gull again.




Male Goosander. A good find on the local lake






A Grey Wagtail, strutting his stuff.




And to finish on.




This little Robin seemed so tame, vying for my attention.

How could I ignore a look like that?


13 comments:

  1. Some good images again Keith, all the best.

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  2. Great pics as usual Keith and that Robin!! It's really saying " please take me home and look after me"; regardless of what's it's saying, how can you resist!!

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  3. as usuall, great images. I am still working on that new camera but using the old.

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  4. Beautiful Grey Wagtail.
    I love the way that Black Headed Gulls lose (in winter) their BROWN heads!

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  5. You have a good variety of birds there, well done i like the first shot of the gulls
    strange to see them on grass.

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  6. Thanks Adrian. I keep trying ;)

    Tricia, thank you. That little Robin was very bold. Almost stood on my boot at one point.

    Thanks Dale. Hope you get your new one soon. Can’t beat the thrill of a new ‘toy’ lol

    Jim, thanks. Always found that strange that they’re called ‘black-headed’.

    Tony, thank you. We seem to get quite a few on that area of grass. Must be something good there.

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  7. They may be distant Keith, but there is some good detail in the Bullfinch and the Mistle. Altogether a lovely lot of images .

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  8. How can you do it, they are used to you I think. Great pics Keith.

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  9. Thanks Roy. One day I might get me a bigger lens, and they won't be so distant lol

    Cheers Bob, appreciate your comments.

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  10. love the shot of the heron. awesome!

    Have a Happy New Year!!

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  11. Thank you Doreen. And have a great New Year too.

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  12. As always, a touching little Robin when you put your hand on him!

    Have a fantastic New Year with millions of great photographs, as you used us to watch!

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  13. Marius, thank you for your comment, and comments through the year.

    Wishing you all the best for 2010.

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