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Saturday, 5 November 2011

A few out of the archives

...before these get lost on the hard drive.

Long Tailed Tit

Canada Goose

Grey Wagtail



Have a great weekend


  1. Smashing set. You have a good one.

  2. Great subjects.. all with character but that LTT really does look a grumpy one ;)

  3. All beauties, Keith. You have our Canada Geese there, but I'm always struck by how different your Robins are than ours. They're so cute.

  4. Your photography is always wonderful, but your bird photos are a real treat to see. I enjoyed all of these. The goose with its outspread wings is great. And the little robin looks as if it's almost standing on its tiptoes. It's so different from our North American robins.

  5. Thanks Adrian; you too my friend.

    Thanks Tricia. Yea, he doesn't look too happy does he lol

    Thanks Bob. Good job we have archives sometimes ;-)

    Thanks Hilary. Yea, the Robins are very different looking.

    Thank you Linda. Appreciate your comments.

  6. your long-tailed tits and your robins are the most exquisitely perfect cute little birds. i just love them!

  7. Lovely shots, the robin is just perfect.

  8. Thanks Theresa. Yea, they are great little characters.

    Thanks Gillian. they're such little posers.

  9. Wonderful to see Keith... thanks for sharing.

  10. Z Twoich ślicznych zdjęć ptaszków, w naturze bardzo lubię rudziki. Pozdrawiam

  11. Wonderful photos. The light is amazing in your middle three.

  12. Well, of course, that robin shot just kills me ya know! Our robins are different here, as you know. I have a box decorated with your version of the robin in which I keep misc. camera odds and ends. Some day, I'll get over and get a shot of one of your little dears to add to my collection. Robin R Robinson simply MUST have that bird! Don't you agree? Sweet captures.

  13. Robin, you certainly must have on in your photographic collection. They're almost always willing to pose for pictures.