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, 6 November 2011

Single Sunday


Wheatear


Enjoy your Sunday

33 comments:

  1. Beautifully captured image Keith...[;o)

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  2. Some things, like the Sea Buckthorn for instance, show such beauty to the naked eye that is so difficult to convey in a photograph!

    The nettle image on the other hand is a cracker, those little white flowers shining in the sunlight like delicate cotton wool buds. An excellent, well captured, image Adrian.

    Alfie, the chocolate coated dog! He looks a little guilty, or maybe he's worried because he knows what's coming next!...[;o)

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  3. Thought it had snowed for a moment. A little beauty.

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  4. What a beauty !!! Great light and lovely bird - a great shot Keith :)
    Have a great weekend too

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  5. How pretty, I have not even heard of this bird. What is his size, roughly that of a blackbird??

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  6. Had a very relaxing Sunday, trust yours is as tranquil ♥

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  7. Thanks Trevor. I was pleased with this one myself.
    oooer, I think that other comment should have been in Adrians; dunno how it got here.

    Thanks Adrian. It feels cold enough for snow here today.

    Thank you Debbie, they are lovely birds.

    Thanks Indrani :-)

    Pescalune, thank you :-)

    Cheers Bob.

    Thank you Arija. They are slightly smaller than a Blackbird, and in the same family.

    Thank you Gemel. I bet your Sunday is warmer than mine.

    Thanks Roy.

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  8. Hi keith...What a blending photo..lol
    the colors of the Wheater and the surrondings are very much in the same..very nice!!

    Hugs
    Grace

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  9. a lovely bird and well captured Keith with a nice bit of early winter sunshine

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  10. Beautiful photo, such a lovely bird.

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  11. Ptak zadowolony patrzy na świecące słoneczko :-). Pozdrawiam

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  12. A lovely capture of a beautiful bird Keith.

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  13. Nice one Keith, hope you were enjoying the morning Sun on the beach also?

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  14. A beautful picture of a beautiful bird. Another one that's new to me.

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  15. ...so pretty. I love the sun shining brightly on his throat and chest.

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  16. Thanks Theresa :-)

    Thank you Grace :-)

    Thanks Dave. Always a joy to see these.

    Thank you Gillian :-)

    Giga, dziekuje. :-)

    Thanks Andrew.

    Thanks Bob. Yea, quite a nice day; but windy.

    Thank you Linda :-)

    Thanks Kelly :-)

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  17. Wow gorgeous shot Keith, nice light, beautiful angle... Take care of them heye! They have left the country now to seek for better place (like yours ;-) )...

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  18. Excellent photo Keith. Very nice to see one of our home-grown Wheatear's after the recent influx of their rarer cousins.

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  19. Thanks Chris. Yea, they're always welcome visitors to these shores.
    Lovely birds.

    Thanks Adam.

    Thank you Sondra.

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  20. A beauty ... love how the light is hitting him.

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  21. oooo, what a wuvully Wheatear. I've never seen one, though they do show up here once in a blue moon. Nice capture, very sharp and great 'habitat' context. Nice going!

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  22. Thanks Robin, glad you liked it.
    A shot I was very pleased with too.

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  23. I never get to see enough of this bird image's! Thats a great shot ;)

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  24. They are a lovely bird; thanks Dominic.

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