Everything has it's beauty, but not everyone sees it. - Confucius
Sometimes the picture doesn't have to be perfect; it's the captured moment that counts. - me
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Monday, 19 July 2010

A different perspective…….

………………..….maybe

Greylag gosling in the crowd

Six-spot Burnet


Greylag gosling


Blackbird sunning himself


Musk Mallow


Holly Blue


Common Blue


Common Blue Damselfly
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Keep an eye open for opportunities
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32 comments:

  1. Nice views - all of them ;)
    The gosling is very sweet - and the common blue is absolutely beautiful !
    But my fav will be this nice blue eyes watching ... really a stunning picture :)

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  2. Thank you Pescalune. I was pleased with the last one too :)

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  3. Nice pictures Keith, and I'll keep my eyes out.

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  4. I'm sure that Gosling's saying "Ooooh look - I'm getting grown up tail feathers" (3rd picture)

    Macro lens put to use?

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  5. Thanks Tricia. (these comments are appearing all over the place tonight lol)
    Yea, I liked the pose of that one. Couldn't quite get the face sharp though.
    And the macro has had a bit of use recently lol

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  6. Thank you Kerri. Appreciate your comment. :)

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  7. That is one large eye!! Love the goose bummm..so cute!!

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  8. Keith, Just dropped by from Horst's blog and enjoy your photography.
    As ever be well, Stephen Craig Rowe

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  9. Always interesting what our eyes see and you captured the opportunities..well done. FAB.

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  10. NIce images, the common blue photo is perfect ;)

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  11. I love the butterflies: the Holly and Common Blue. They're so delicate. The Musk Mallow is nice too. And the last one - it's my dream to take a photo of such a creatute. They're great for macro photos - especially their eyes.
    Nice shots, Keith:)

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  12. As good as ever I'm glad to be back.

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  13. Creative as always, lovely as always :)

    Difficult to pick a favourite but I think the Holly Blue.

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  14. Superb... its the only word for it Keith.

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  15. Stephen, thank you for stopping by, and leaving a comment. Appreciate it.

    Thank you Frank. The birds may be hiding, but there’s still plenty to see ;)

    Dominic, thank you. :)

    Thank you Lenora :)

    Sarah, thank you for your comment.

    Joanna, thank you for your kind words. Appreciate them :)

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  16. Adrian, thank you. Glad to have you back too :)

    Jan. thank you :)

    Thank you Roy.

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  17. Your perspectives are always beautiful. It's not only in the subject but how much you love nature. That always comes across loud and clear. Gorgeous shots.

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  18. Thank you for your comments Hilary. Appreciate that.

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  19. I love that Greylag gosling shot and the focus on his tail...cool perspective. Love the eye on the Common Blue and the angle on the sweet little butterfly. I have to agree with what Hillary said! (Great new ID photo--your hair rocks!)

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  20. Every photo subject was so interesting and colorful! Loved the perspective you used. THought the blackbird sunning himself was especially cute!

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  21. Amazing compositions. The bokeh in some shots is truly awesome...Thomas

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  22. Thanks for your kind words Kelly. :)

    Shelley, thank you. :)

    Thank you Thomas :)

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  23. The Greylag gosling is amazing. Love the detail you captured. The wildflower is a stunner too.
    Beautiful Beautiful.

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  24. I was by here and thought I had commented on the first blog . I guess I was on the fly and Im still learnign here .
    Its starting to feel like home on Blogger.
    Have a nice Friday.

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  25. Lisa, thank you. Appreciate your comments.
    I'm glad you are enjoying 'Blogger' :)

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  26. Each photo is stunning but the common blue is to die for. I love this rare little butterfly! A big hug from Luzia.

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  27. Lucy, thank you for your Comments.
    I'm lucky here, the Common Blue is quite a common butterfly ;)

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