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Thursday, 29 September 2011

A few with the new camera

Still loads going on here at the moment, so a few from the last couple of days, whilst playing around with the new toy.



Into the light



Light the path




Natures jewels





Winters food source




and finally, for now,




A delightful garden visitor; Long Tailed Tit




Enjoy your day



45 comments:

  1. Wow!! The light shots are great. The filter sunlight is beautiful. Great camera! What is it?

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  2. So, it looks like the new camera is ok then?....lol

    An excellent set of images Keith. I really like 'Natures Jewels' and the 'Long tailed Tit' is a stunner...[;o)

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  3. Gorgeous images. Love that streaming sunlight. What's your new camera?

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  4. The first shot is a real gem. That sounds cruel.......nowt wrong with any of the others either.
    Can the 7D charm Jays? I'm going to lose my cool with the ones round here.

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  5. Oh how I wish your new toy was mine!
    I totally adore all your photos, such a mystical quality you have infused into them.

    Am looking forward to more ;)

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  6. their beautiful keith you ve translated the instuctions then.!

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  7. I WANT ONE OFF THESE TO VISIT MY GARDEN

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  8. I WANT 1ONE OF THESES TO VISIT MY GARDEN !

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  9. Oh my - the light is so lovely in these shots. Just glorious!

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  10. Thanks Rohrerbot. The light yesterday morning was amazing.
    The camera is a Canon 7D.

    Thanks Trevor. Yea, getting the hang of it now lol
    (Just had a response from Bucks bird group; the birds we saw were all Sparrowhawks.)

    Thanks Laura. A Canon 7D. Very nice new toy too lol

    Adrian, I'm hoping it'll charm the Kingfishers round here lol

    Thank Gemel, glad you enjoyed them.

    Jan, still not read the instructions properly yet; I'm guessing most of it lol
    I'm sure the Long Tailed Tits will come, once you've got the right food there. :-)

    Ladyfi, thank you. Yea, the light was pretty spectacular.

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  11. Very nice. love the spider web.

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  12. wow, the colors in some of these are so amazing. i always love those long-tailed tits - cutest bird ever. nicely done, keith!

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  13. Hi Keith..the streams of light through the tree, is magical I love it!!
    The cobweb is also wonderful...I love he color tones in it!!
    I am not much on the color's, but the Long Tail Tit , will always be a favorite! ; }}

    Hugs
    Grace

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  14. Since I saw your work with the old camera I know it's not just your new toy, it's skill. Wow. Those are all strong photos.

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  15. What is this new toy you have acquired? Whatever it is, it takes mighty goos pictures with you behind the lens.
    Love the diamond studded cobwebs.

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  16. Thanks Theresa. Those Long Tailed Tits just ooze charm. I love it when they visit.

    Thank you Grace. I was fortunate with some good light on these days.

    JoLynne, thank you. A lovely compliment :-)

    Thank you Arija. The new toy is a Canon 7D. A fine camera :-)

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  17. Congratulations on the new 7D! It is a fantastic piece of technology that will help to articulate your marvelous artistic vision. If early indications play out, we, your fans, are in for some sublime times!

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  18. Absolutely beautiful photos, thanks.

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  19. Thanks Springman, you're very kind :-)

    Thank you Gillian :-)

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  20. They're wonderful, Keith...every one of them. I think you've found a keeper in your Canon 7D.

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  21. All of these are so great ... so much fun with a new camera. I still have so much to learn on mine.

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  22. Thank you for your get well wishes today, Keith. I surely need them and are much appreciated.

    Have fun with your new Canon -- looks like you are getting the hang of it already. :)

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  23. The second one is fantastic, in fact, I would say that they all are superb.

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  24. Thanks Linda.
    Yea, I'll keep this one lol

    Thank you Reena. :-)

    Thank you Nancy :-)

    Thanks Horst.

    Bob, thank you.

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  25. Wonderful images.. it's a good camera but you have to point it correctly... You do that so well.

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  26. Brilliant lighting effect Keith, good to see your getting to grips withthe new camera.

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  27. Excellent photos Keith. A really great use of light. Whats the new camera?

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  28. Andrew, thank you.

    Thanks Bob.

    Thanks Adam.
    The camera is a Canon 7D.

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  29. They are all brilliant Keith, but you need to get a large canvas made of that second one. Stunning.

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  30. Thanks Roy. I've got a similar one on google earth lol

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  31. Breath taking to say the very least.
    Gorgeous.
    Congrats on your new camera .

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  32. CONGRATS on the camera! Awesome photos----love that long tailed tit for sure!!!

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  33. Oh.. these are all magical. Gorgeous.

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  34. Thanks Lisa :-)

    Thank you Sondra :-)

    Thank you Hilary :-)

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  35. came back to say congrats on your POTW!!!!

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  36. All beautifully done! Don't know how I arrived on your page but I'm thrilled that I did. as an aspiring photographer I'm always searching for inspiration and your blog is a treasure trove for me!

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  37. These are gorgeous! Congrats on your POTW! Glad I followed Hilary over here!

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  38. Chip, thanks for stopping by, and your comment. Glad you enjoyed your visit.

    Thank you Barbara. Glad you stopped by too.

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  39. Oh, my! I love the colors you're able to capture with your new camera. I'm often frustrated with the low level of saturation I get from my Rebel. I'm sure I need to tinker with settings to improve the quality. Congratulations of POTW. Well deserved!

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  40. Thanks Kathleen, appreciate your comments.

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  41. Hello!
    I come to you via Hilary...and so glad I did!

    Particularly love the 'Light' photos. These shots seemed to speak to me.

    I will be following...
    xoxoxo, cd

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  42. Thank you Clare. Glad you enjoyed your visit.

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