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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Wednesday, 2 November 2011

Three flyers


Lesser Black-backed Gull





Great Crested Grebe.....juvenile





Little Egret



Enjoy your day.

20 comments:

  1. Keith, great flight shots...[;o)

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  2. These are great captures of birds flying. Great post.

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  3. As near perfect as perfect gets. There is still room for improvement.

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  4. I love the Little Egret, it is so eloquent.

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  5. excellent pics my dear friend, I love to see that, have a nice week with great impressions, big hugh Kathrin

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  6. Thanks Trevor.

    Thank you Gillian.

    When I reach perfect Adrian, I'll give up lol

    Thank you Bob.

    Kathrin, thank you. Enjoy your week too.

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  7. HI Keith...these are beauties, love them!!

    Hugs
    Grace

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  8. You make it look so easy. I'm working on my flight shots little by little. These pictures relax my busy mind...thanks:)

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  9. Thanks Grace.

    Thank you Rohrerbot. Glad they helped. :-)

    Thank you Jean.

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  10. In a word Keith, "Wow!!" (if that is a word)

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  11. Thanks Roy. I'll take it as a word lol

    Thank you Sondra.

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  12. I had ro laugh, that young great crested grebe's takeoff somehow reminds me of the ungainliness of a duck's waddle. Nice shots all three.

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  13. Wonderful flight shots! Well done!

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  14. Thanks Arija. Yea, they seem to put a lot of effort into getting airborne lol

    Thank you Eileen :-)

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  15. Fab egret and grebe shots. I had not heard of a Great Crested Grebe before. I of all folks do so appreciate flight shots, too. I know how hard that it. Keep 'em comin'!

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  16. Thanks Robin.
    The Great Crested Grebe is an elegant waterbird with ornate head plumes, and because of these, they were hunted for their feathers, almost leading to their extermination from the UK.

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