A Wildlife Gunslinger.
All great,but the inflight duck is great. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
The gull, mallard, and blue tit are my favorites! The last shot is fantastic, Milton! Nice detail.
Nice pictures. My favourite is the fourth and the seventh.
All super pictures Keith but that godwit is exceptional ..... one of my favourite birds, so elegant...
Excellent set of images Keith. I like the Blue Tit with it's 'punk' hairdo!...[;o)
A great selection. I like the mallard coming in shot.
What an absolutely stunning header photograph. Beautiful.
Gorgeous shots.The choice for me "plane"clarity and movement you have captured..dandelìon
Very nice series of shots!
Wonderful birds to see Keith.. Godwits are lovely birds to watch... A pity Haydn's Pool has so much water there is nowhere for the waders to feed... on show anyway.
All great birds and photos but I especially like the Black-tailed Godwit - which I have not yet managed to photograph!
A perfect post. I would frame them all. The great tit, with its awesome composition is my fav. Brilliant stuff Keith!
That photo of that Mallard is just amazing. really nice capture. What kind of shutter speed was you using for that?Excellent workShaun
The Black-tailed Godwit gets my vote, it's beautiful.
a great collection! love the godwit.
I don't know where to begin these are all so wonderfully captured!I do love the 'movement' of the water in the shot of the Godwit and that last one of the Blue Tit with the matching lichen on the branch is the cutest!!! :)
Wonderful series of birds and photos. Love the duck landing shot. Have a great day.
Thanks Gary. :-)Thanks Brian. :-)Elizabeth, thank you. :-)Cheers Phil :-)Thank you Trevor. :-)John, thank you :-)Thanks Christian :-)Nicki, thank you :-)Thanks Robin. :-)Thanks Andrew. :-)
Thanks Mick. :-)Dave, thank you :-)Thanks Shaun. The Mallard was at 1/125sec.Thanks Bob :-)Theresa, thank you. :-)Thank you Carletta :-)Eileen, thank you :-)
Great series, the Black-tailed Godwit is beautiful!
I love your bird posts. The last one in this series (the Blue Tit) steals my heart.
Wonderful captures, I love the mallard coming in to land.
Beautiful shots. Love them all. Well done!
Great work on these shots Keith!!
Excellent pictures, they are all so good I don't think I can pick a favorite.
Fab shots! Love the gull and mallard most!
Thanks everyone for the comments.I'm having problems with an unstable hard drive at the moment, so till I can get a replacement, my posting and comments may be a bit erratic.Dam, I hat computers when they get ill!! lolThank you Wanda :-)Thanks Linda :-)Nadege, thank you. :-)Choy Wai Mun, thank you :-)Thanks Sondra :-)Thank you Gillian :-)Madge, thank you :-)
allways I love to see your pics, you know, the Mallard ist my greatest favorite, fantastic ! big hugh and have a nice day my dear friend ! Kathrin
Really like the Siskin - but can’t get away from the Blue Tit - so common (but not here!) but still splendid.Cheers - Stewart M - Australia
Another brilliant selection. Quite a contrast to the weather recently.
Kathrin, thank you. Hope you have a good day too. :-)Thanks Stewart :-)Thank you John :-)
Lovely, all of them! Siskins really are pretty little birds, I just wish I saw them more often.
Thanks Jan. Some of the males are so bright; like Canaries.
Love the Blackwit Keith, he looks familiar ;)The Blue Tit is very special.JFollow me at HEDGELAND TALES
Modesto, thank you :-)Thank you Rajesh :-)Cheers John. Yea, probably the same one lol
very nice series - I especially like the Blue Tit and the landing Mallard!
wonderful bird photos, especially the mallard coming in to land
wow, you got some amazing shots. your header is just gorgeous, everytime i come here i think, oh i remember this wbw guy, he has the awesome swans!!
the Godwit I should like to come close to. But it seems impossible in Sweden. Love those shots. :)
Great mallard action shot!
What great shots! I love that Mallard.
love your siskin...we have the pine siskins...and love the tufted duck...we had one wander over here!
dreamfalcon, thank you. :-)Crafty Gardener, thanks. :-)Thanks Debbie. A bit of a story with that header. The Black Swan was an extra parent, along with the real father.Thanks NatureFootstep :-)Thank you Ken :-)Thanks Pat. She seems a popular one :-)Island Rambles, thank you :-)
Wow, wonderful pictures!
Thank you Sue :-)
Beautiful, perfect images or birds I would not otherwise be likely to see.
Thanks Martha :-)
What a great series! Love them all but the Godwit on the water and the last Blue Tit shot are my favourites!
Thank you Liz :-)
Gorgeous shots Keith! The last photo of the Blue Tit is just beautiful!
Thanks Larry. The Blue Tits are great subjects. :-)