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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Tuesday, 17 April 2012

The Look

Sometimes we get a certain 'look' from the birds and wildlife.





































and a half-look from my 'boy' in the snow






Thanks for 'looking'.


32 comments:

  1. Oh my. The picture of the sheep in the snow was today's winner for me...until I saw the picture of Jim at the end. He's a gorgeous animal.

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  2. Oh, I know those looks all too well!
    Great post Keith!

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  3. Wonderful series, I love those "looks" you shared! :)

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  4. The 5th photo of the little Yellowhammer is so darn cute! ♥

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  5. The first one's face is just priceless:) So funny:)

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  6. Hi Keith,
    Love the Yellowhammer with his `cocked` head! Looks a bit cold for the lambs!
    J
    Follow me at HEDGELAND TALES

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  7. Kaunis ja mielenkiintoinen kuva sarja keväisestä luonnosta...!
    Mainiosti olet kuvannut.
    Terveisin Eko
    Suomi/Kuusamo/Lapland

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  8. Jim is better than the rest, lol.

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  9. Brilliant. Every one made m smile.

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  10. Thanks Linda. He was looking well that morning. :-)

    Thanks Theresa. :-)

    Thanks Dave. Yea, I'm sure they give those looks on purpose lol

    Thanks Gillian :-)

    Thank you Wanda :-)

    Thanks Joanna. I like that one too. :-)

    Thanks John. The snow was a bit of a surprise. Quite a bit fell, but went in a couple of days.

    Thank you Eko :-)

    Cheers Bob. Yea, he enjoys his visits to Wales.

    Thanks John.

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  11. Wonderful captures Keith. My favourite is the second photo of the Yellowhammer, it looked so quizzical :-) Amusement aside, I particularly liked the Chaffinch....and of course the very handsome Jim!

    That sheep wasn't (as it appeared) really buried in snow was it??

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  12. Fantastic photos Keith . Love the sheep and jim :-) And the Goose detail is fantastic :-)

    All the best Mark

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  13. each shot a treasure for sure...awesome lambs and JIM the star of the show!

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  14. Great set of images Keith, they're all looking good to me!...[;o)

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  15. Lovely pictures, like the goose, they are commical these birds
    :-)

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  16. Thanks Jan.
    No the sheep was OK. Just hidden in a dip. :-)

    Cheers Mark. The goose is a real poser :-)

    Thanks Sondra. Jim looked quite perky there. He loves the open countryside, and doing what he wants.

    Thanks Trevor. Managed some shots I was very pleased with.

    Thanks Linda. Yea, they're such great characters.

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  17. wow. I love the sheep. Your photos and post always leave me in aww.

    They are fantastic. Hope all is well . The sun is out. I didnt know what it was. :)

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  18. Thank you Lisa, very kind of you.
    Got some sun here at the moment, in between the showers.

    For some reason I seem to have lost my e-mail at the moment. :-(

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  19. Nice one,they all look comical, last is my favourite though

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  20. Fantastic seæection Keith! That yellow bird is yellow ;-)

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  21. Wonderful "looks" Keith...
    A lovely post made me smile..

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  22. Great set of images Keith.

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  23. Great shots... love that first shot of the goose most, a bit intimidating... lol...

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  24. Thanks Bob.
    Yea, he's my star :-)

    Cheers Chris. They certainly are bright at the moment.

    Thanks Andrew, glad you enjoyed them.

    Thanks Roy :-)

    Thanks Madge. They certainly give a 'look' all their own lol

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  25. Wonderful captures. They just kept getting better and better.

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  26. Thanks Hilary. Glad you enjoyed them :-)

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  27. Great set of looks, Keith! Is the dog in the last picture yours? It looks sad there but I find it to be a genuine "dog of charm". :-)

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  28. Thanks Petra. Yea, the dog is my Jim.
    He's getting on in years now, and has breathing problems at times.

    Thank you Linda. Yea, he's my best buddy :-)

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  29. Little wolf boy Jim in the rain. Pondering

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  30. Thanks Debs.
    He loves the freedom to roam here. :-)

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