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Sunday, 18 July 2010

A few more to close the weekend

Black Swan


Common Blue

Buttercups


Little Egret


Marbled White

Green Sandpiper


Great Crested Grebe family.
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And last one for now,

I wondered why all the birds suddenly left……………
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Hope the coming week is a good one for you.
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23 comments:

  1. Great photography Keith, those shots at the beginning are really beautiful.

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  2. absolutly great your fantastic Photos ! big hugh Kathrin

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  3. You do ever so well getting shots of the fox. Round here they are so persecuted that I never get the opportunity.

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  4. Brilliant images. The Marbled White on teasle is a cracker and the fox focusing beyond the reeds is outstanding. I would have had perfectly in focus vegetation and a fox blur.

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  5. Another great set Keith. The Little/E and the Marbled white in particular. Nice one of Reynard as well.

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  6. Gorgeous Buttercups. I love that image. It is stunning.. So is the butterfly. Wonderful day out you had.

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  7. Beautiful pics once more ... like always ;)
    The black swan is beautiful ! I wish I could see some of those here !!
    And ... as always I love your flowers :) You're really good at that !!
    Have a nice week !!

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  8. Gorgeous - each and every one of them.

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  9. Great as usual Keith. Love your composition of the Marbled White on flower :D

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  10. Thank you Kathrin :)

    Kerry, thank you. This one is quite safe from people. He’s living by one of the local lakes.

    Sam and Lisa, thank you. :)

    Thanks Roy :)

    Lisa, thank you :)

    Pescalune, thank you for your comment. Appreciate it. :)

    Thanks Hilary :)

    Thank you Tricia :)

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  11. A lovely collection as always Keith. Glad to see a reappearance from the Black Swan.

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  12. Thanks Jan. That Black Swan is becoming a favourite of mine. He has since flown from this lake, to another further up the road. I guess a short vacation lol

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  13. Stunning shots Keith,each shot is superb,love your Common Blue.The Fox is my favourite,well captured.
    Outstanding Photography.
    John.

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  14. Another great selection Keith, lots of vibrant colour captured in these images.

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  15. Thanks John, appreciate your comments.

    Bob, thank you :)

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  16. Love your photos, you are doing a great job of it. The Egyptian Geese are awesome. I hope they are able to get back to thier usual flight path when they go home in the fall.

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  17. Horst, thanks for stopping by and commenting. Good to catch up again.
    Those Egyptian Geese are probably captive birds, that have escaped at some time, and now breeding.
    I love to see new species making it like that.

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  18. You got some super shots Keith...love the bokeh on that buttercup and the grebe family is a winner for sure!! Awesome fox shot too...he looks wet-

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  19. Thank you Dixxe. I was hoping the Grebes would move from the reeds a bit; but they were not being very co-operative lol
    The fox was a big surprise when I saw him walk past :)

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  20. A wonderful series of perfect shots. The fox is my favourite one. Greetings from Luzia.

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  21. Thank you Lucy. I was pleased how the fox came out, through those reeds.

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