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, 18 July 2012

Wild Bird Wednesday

With the demise of World Bird Wednesday, (Springman has taken a rest from it), Stewart M, of Paying Ready Attention - Photo Gallery  has stepped in and started a new one ......... Wild Bird Wednesday.


Here's a few from me.




Greenfinch





A proud Mallard mum, showing off her babies




and last one for now






Wren, off to feed her babies




Pop over to Wild Bird Wednesday, to see some more birds from around the world.



Enjoy your day

30 comments:

  1. Lovely series of photos and birds. I love your Goldfinch and the adorable wren. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Super images Keith, the Wren especially...[;o)

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  3. Hi there - knowing how fast wrens move, that's a good shot!

    Thanks for helping to get the ball rolling on Wild Bird Wednesday.

    Cheers

    Stewart M

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  4. Lovely photos Keith. My favourite is the sweet little Wren. I only ever get snatched glimpses of them scuttling around in the undergrowth!

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  5. Hi Keith...Always someone to take your place it seems lol!!
    Your Greenfinch is beauty especially with sun shinning on him! : ]
    Momma and the babies you can't beat that! Nice!!
    Grace

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  6. Cheers Trevor.

    Thanks Stewart; you're welcome.
    Let's hope it's a big success :-)

    Thank you Jan. :-)

    Thank you Grace. :-)

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  7. Mallards are always a favorite of mine.

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  8. Stunning images...

    And I love the Confucius quotation.

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  9. The mallard and her babies is just adorable. A beautiful shot and sight to behold. I love that little wren what a great capture.

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  10. Thanks Mike. They're often overlooked because they are common.

    Thank you Anni. Yea, that Confucious was a clever man :-)

    Poetic Shutterbug, thank you.

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  11. These are great pictures. The green finch is new to me, what a beauty. I am a sucker for the baby shots too, adored the Mallard brood.

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  12. Nice trog shot Jim. Always difficult to get the shots of the little devils.

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  13. Thanks Theresa. :-)

    Thank you Gillian :-)

    Thanks Phil.

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  14. A touch of something in the wind, it is a Wren, he/she is fabulous.

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  15. Love the Mallard shot Keith! Hopefully the majority will survive!
    J
    Follow me at HEDGELAND TALES

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  16. Nice to see your wonderful photos on Stewart's new page!

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  17. Three beauties. I can't resist photographing ducklings no matter how many times I see them. Your little group is adorable.

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  18. Thank you Bob :-)

    I hope so John. :-)

    Thank you Ken. Yea, well done to Stewart. :-)

    Thanks Hilary. :-)

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  19. Very nice images and I have never seen a Green Finch, how pretty!

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  20. You were quick on the draw to catch the wren,wonderful set of pictures,am joining your other site as well,have a great weekend,phyllis

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  21. Mary, thank you. Yea, the Greenfinch can look very colourfull with his green and yellow feathers.

    Thank you Phyllis, and thanks for following too. :-)

    Thanks Pat.

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  22. Cool shot of the Green Finch Keith, and the Mallard chicks are cute of course, but that Wren with the bug, off to feed her nestlings is superb!

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  23. Thanks Larry. Glad you enjoyed them. :-)

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  24. always fantastic your pics, have a nice weekend, big hugh Kathrin

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  25. Thank you Kathrin.
    Hope your weekend is a good one too.

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  26. Great picks to share for the Wild Bird meme. You can just see the action in that wren shot his tail up and his mouth full!!

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  27. Thanks Sondra. A shame the light wasn't better. :-)

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