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Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Some recent pictures

For WBW, which is 1 year old.



Greylag Goose




Carrion Crow




 Dunnock




 Blue Tit




 Robin




Great Tit


More great birds from around the world, over at Dave's, at WBW




40 comments:

  1. the pics are excellent, the goose, wow, fantastic,I wish you a great day. Hopkins is well, thank you for help, big hugh Kathrin

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  2. All beauties but I'm always attracted to those intelligent eyes of the crow. Carrion, my wayward son. ;)

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  3. Thank you Kathrin.
    Good news about Hopkins; now you must get well too.
    I hope your day is a good one.

    Thanks Hilary.
    Great Kansas song. :-)

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  4. A grand set to have breakfast to.

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  5. Hi there - the goose has a very good look on his (her?)face!

    And any bird that flushes from under you feet can be a bit of a heart stopper!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Australia

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  6. Excellent set of images Keith, especially the Greylag...[;o)

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  7. Wonderful photos of all the birds and the goose shot is my favorite.

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  8. So beautifully captured! Love them all!!

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  9. I just love tits, so thank you very much for your beautiful photos of them and all the other birds.

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  10. Thanks Adrian. Hope you enjoy the rest of the day.

    Thanks Stewart. Yea, some of these birds knock a few years off me when I flush them. lol

    Thanks Trevor. The Greylag had a good dose of attitude :-)

    Thanks Eileen. I like that one too :-)

    Nature Rambles, thank you. Glad you liked them. :-)

    Thanks Arija. They are such lovely characters.

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  11. I love your little UK birds! These are fabulous shots, keith!

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  12. It's hard to look at that goose and not smile. It's got "sass" written all over it. :)

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  13. A great selection of photos. I love the Greylag pointing.

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  14. Thanks Theresa. I'm glad you enjoy them. :-)

    Thank you Linda. It certainly has lol

    Thanks Bob. I love geese; so noisy, and full of character.

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  15. Great set of images. Keep them coming and thanks.

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  16. Great set of images. Keep them coming and thanks.

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  17. Beautiful shots, I especially like the "goose" pose.

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  18. what can I say? A nice collection. :)

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  19. Thanks Dale, glad you enjoyed them.

    Thanks Gillian. A popular one :-)

    NatureFootstep, thank you. :-)

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  20. The Greylags expression is brilliant Keith .... Realy lovely images in this post.

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  21. Beautiful close ups!! Boom & Gary pof the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  22. Wonderful shots! The goose certainly looks like a no nonsense type! I think I always like the British Robin the best. They seem to be such dainty little things!

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  23. Lovely images Keith and WBW has been a great showcase for so many people...
    We have a lot to thank Springman for.

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  24. Thanks Dave. That goose is a star lol

    Thanks Gary.

    Thank you Robin.

    Thanks Andrew. Yea, Springman has done a great job with WBW.

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  25. Beautiful collection!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  26. That Great Tit is just perfect Keith.

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  27. A very nice collection of birds. The front on photo of the goose made me laugh - and the Blue Tit is especially cute.

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  28. great photos..I do have a soft spot for the goose as my neighbor had domestic geese that swam on our pond....

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  29. Cheers Roy.

    Thank you Mick

    Michelle, thank you. I like them too :-)

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  30. Great collection of images, Keith. The Greylag Goose looks as if it disapproves of you - funny expression!

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  31. Can WBW really be a year old?! How time flies. A great post to mark the occasion Keith.

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  32. Super shots each and every one...WOW WBW is a yr old already? Springman is doing a fantastic job.

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  33. That is a heck of a full onshot of the Greylag goose Keith. Perfect. The little guys are wonderfully set off with that great bokeh too. Took the time to scroll down a bit and check out some of your other work. Wow, what a week of photography that was!
    Cheers to you Sir!

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  34. Thanks Hilke. Those geese can certainly give some looks :-)

    Thanks Adam. Yea, I can't believe it's a year gone already.

    Thanks Sondra. Yea, totally agree with you; Dave does a fantastic job with WBW.

    Dave, thank you. And a big thank you for hosting this great theme, of WBW. I've got to see some amazing blogs, and birds, from around the world. You are a Top Man.

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  35. Wonderful shots - especially that first one!

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  36. That Greylag Goose is gorgeous, as are all the rest of the shots!

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  37. WOW!! What amazing shots of some beautiful birds! The close up of the goose is brilliant!
    I love the little birds too - too many to choose a favourite as they are all such great shots.
    I too am incredibly thankful to have found WBW. It's such a great link up!

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  38. Thanks Pat. Yea, the goose was a star lol

    Thank you Liz. Yea, Dave does a great job with WBW.

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