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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Sunday, 21 August 2011

Single Sunday


Just the one


juvenile Long Tailed Tit


Enjoy the rest of the day 

 

33 comments:

  1. Lovely image here!! :) and thats a nice BG in the frame...

    Regards,
    Angad

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  2. Great image Keith, a very thoughtful pose! [;o)

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  3. How gorgeous, such a splendid shot, and just the thing to end a Sunday afternoon with....

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  4. Angad, thank you :-)

    Thanks Bob. I think these are the cutest :-)

    Cheers Trevor. Yea, he's wondering what the heck is going on now lol

    Thank you Gemel :-)

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  5. that is my favorite image for the day! nothing could be more adorable than that!!!

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  6. Thanks Theresa. They are adorable little birds; glad you enjoyed him.

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  7. awwwww

    Just love that pose :)

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  8. Aw, with his head cocked to the side this is just adorable.

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  9. Thanks Tammy :-)

    Elizabeth, thank you :-)

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  10. Of course just one. Why mess with perfection?

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  11. Did you have to wait long for this cute pose? And did you realise at the time you had captured such a fun shot?

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  12. What a little stunner....it is drop dead gorgeous.

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  13. Hi Keith....Still probably my favorite of all the smaller birds you have there...has a very precious look to him!!
    Hugs..

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  14. Beautiful image! He's so cute and the wonderful blurred background really makes him pop.

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  15. Awe, that's so cute and such a great capture.

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  16. Thanks Hilary :-)

    Debbie, thank you. I spent about 10 minutes under the bush these were feeding on. I took loads of shots, and each time the shutter fired, they'd stop, and give that curious look. A great moment in the company of these delightful little birds.

    Thanks Adrian.

    Thanks Grace. :-)

    JM, thank you.

    Rohrerbot, thank you.

    Thanks Robin.

    Laura, thank you :-)

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  17. This is a beautiful shot, Keith. You must have lots of patience to go with your skill. Hope you have a nice relaxing week ahead after all the work-related stress recently.

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  18. A wonderful image Keith... I had a nice day at the Birdfair. Seeing Ospreys at Rutland Water made it a well worth the trip.

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  19. I love these blue tits (a bird we never see) -- this one has personality!

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  20. Thanks Linda. Always got patience for these little things. :-)

    Thanks Andrew.
    I'd love to get there for next year. Glad you enjoyed it.

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  21. Thanks Sallie. Yea, they're lovely little birds.

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  22. Lovelly, never saw an image of a juvenille...thanks ;)

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  23. Superb image Keith, I would be tempted to crop out the right hand leaves to give it more impact though? Just my thoughts still a lovely shot.

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  24. Cheers Bob.
    I did think of cloning them out initially, but decided not to. I felt that the other two bits of green, (left and above), made a good triangle; plus these leaves held the bird in the frame.
    I could be wrong though lol

    Thanks Gail :-)

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  25. What a lovely shot of this little beauty!

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  26. Thanks for stopping by Jeremy, and your comment.

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