Everything has it's beauty, but not everyone sees it. - Confucius
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Friday, 23 July 2010

The eyes have it.

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Eyes that look and eyes that stare……….

Great Tit

Canada Geese goslings
Manx Loghtan Sheep
Small Skipper
Great Spotted Woodpecker

Greylag Goose

House Sparrow

Bush Cricket

Common Darter
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Enjoy the upcoming weekend.
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26 comments:

  1. what nice photos, so great moments , allways nice to see, have a realy nice weekend !!! big hugh Kathrin

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  2. Nice set once more !
    What a awesome sheep ! I have never seen this one before ... British one ?

    And... I love the brown eyed dragon ;)

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  3. Thank you Kathrin; and a good weekend to you too.

    Pescalune, thank you. The sheep is native to the Isle of Man, but a small group of them are at RSPB reserve at Sandy, where I took these.
    Glad you like the brown eyed dragon :)

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  4. Hi hon....I totally agree..the older we get the shorter the seasons get!! Ackkkk! I am loving the new avatar photo of you!!!
    Loved every shot...the bugs..wow wonderful! My son really loved those too!
    Sorry I have been absent...I really feel like the days fly by and I never get enough time to play..that just has to change!!
    Hope you are feeling well hon!
    Hugs, Sarah

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  5. Thanks Sarah, glad you enjoyed them. Yea, I wish we could slow down time sometimes lol

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  6. Top notch as usual. Love the look on the Bush Cricket. FAB.

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  7. Very nice selection Keith, especially the Bush Cricket, you got him really. And the Manx Loghtan Sheep, they must have been from the Isle of Man.

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  8. Thanks Bob. Yea, the RSPB got them special from there. They do a good job of keeping the grass down.

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  9. OH what super shots...IM Loving that Sheep, the photos has a 3D look--I hope you have a great Weekend!!!

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  10. Super images Keith and a great theme running through them.

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  11. Nice images, the Great tit seems a little weird ;) The Bush Cricket is very nicely photographied!

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  12. Thanks Dixxe. I wasn't sure how the sheep would turn out; there were a lot of overhanging branches from a tree, down to the ground.

    Roy, thank you for your comment :)

    Thanks Dominic. Not sure if the Great Tit was just moult, or some sort of parasite causing feather loss.

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  13. Again you have mastered the light and each frame is stunning. Lovely Lovely.

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  14. I like how you did this post. made me focus in on the eyes. sheep and woodpecker are my favs!!

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  15. These are simply wonderful! There are so many animals in these photos - I like all but I think the Great Spotted Woodpecker is my favourite.

    Greetings,
    Asia

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  16. Lisa, thank you for your comments. Always appreciated.

    Thanks Doreen. I managed two shots of the sheep before they took off lol

    Joanna, thank you :)

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  17. Thanks for stopping by!! Glad you did. You do some amazing photographic work. Very nice! Thanks for sharing your amazing gift!

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  18. SeaPrayer, thank you for your comments. And thank you for following too :)

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  19. Fun post. I liked it all, especially the sheep.

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  20. Thanks JoLynne. Glad you enjoyed it. :)

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  21. Hi Keith, we have one that visits our garden, a bald headed Great Tit, poor things, I think it is the stress of bringing up a dozen kids that has caused them to go bald:-) I have no doubt if we had a dozen babies to bring up all at once, we would go bald:-)

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  22. The great tit is so funny! And al the other pics are wonderful - a poetic piece of nature - seen by your eyes. Thank you for this magic moments! Enjoy your new week and a big hug from Luzia.

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  23. Thank you for your comments Lucy. I hope your week is a good one too.

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  24. Another wonderful set of photos. You never fail to get great shots.

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  25. Thank you for your comment Hilary.
    Some days there are lots of duds lol

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