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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Saturday, 4 August 2012

A selection

A mixture for the weekend.



Robin





Four-spotted Chaser





Spotted Orchid






Comma




Clustered Bellflower






Emperor Dragonfly






Common Blue




and last one for now; a bit of sunshine yellow:




Lesser Spearwort



Hope there's something there for someone.



Enjoy the rest of your weekend.


27 comments:

  1. All for me......perfect set.
    Have you got the new lens yet?

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  2. HI Keith..A wonderful mixture it is!!
    Love the Bellflower, and the spotted Orchid!!
    The Robin is always pleasant to see and the emperor has those gorgeous colors!!
    Hugs my friend!
    Grace

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  3. There were lots of somethings for me, Keith. I think that's one of your best robin shots...a good angle and great detail. And, in the second picture, it looks as if that dragonfly is looking over his shoulder, right at you. A great set of images.

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  4. Thanks Adrian.
    Yea, got the new lens. Another 100-400 mm zoom. The Robin is with that lens, (high ISO), the rest are with the old one before it died.

    Thank you Grace. I had a feeling you'd enjoy the flowers.
    Enjoy your weekend. :-)

    Thanks Linda. Glad you enjoyed them. :-)

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  5. Superb set of images Keith...[;i)

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  6. A beautiful day, I joke. You had a pleasant day so I can see, the Four Spotted Chaser and Emperor Dragonfly were my favourites.

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  7. Lovely sunshine yellow to end a magnificent set of photos Keith! The Comma is particularly nice!
    J
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  8. ooh, these are all beautiful! each one came up and i said 'that's my favorite. no, that's my favorite.' :)

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  9. Keith, super series of shots!
    I think of all the British birds, I'd like to see the Robin the most! Born in Morecambe I was actually named for one!
    Cheers

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  10. ALL terrific images, IM very impressed with that C. spotted orchid!! ;o)

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  11. I'm still smiling, Robins on rose-hips have that effect on me. A lovely set of pictures indeed, orchid and harebell and all.

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  12. a very nice series of pictures .. my favorite is the dragonfly
    regards Frank

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  13. Haven't seen a single dragon round here so far this year. Fortunately the pond damsels are thriving.

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  14. Thanks Bob.

    Thank you John.

    Thanks Theresa. Glad you enjoyed them :-)

    Elizabeth, thank you.

    Thanks Robin.
    Didn't know you were born over here.

    Thanks Sondra :-)

    Thank you Arija. :-)

    Thanks for your comment Frank.

    Thanks John. The damsels seem to have done well this year, despite all the wet weather.

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  15. Lovely stuff Kieth

    Its suprising to see so much colour during our horrendous summer, you did well here with these summer images

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  16. Cheers Dave.
    I was fortunate enough to be able to get out on those sunny days the other week.

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  17. All beautiful, each time I came to a new picture I thought this one's my favorite, loved the whole bunch.

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  18. I love the robin. Hope you have a wonderful week!

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  19. Thank you Gillian, glad you enjoyed them.

    JoLynne, thanks. Enjoy your week too.

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  20. It's always a pleasure to stop by your blog to find your new images. THis serie is one of those that a like, very colorfull. The robin shot is my favorite ;)

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  21. Thanks Dominic. Glad you enjoy your visits.

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  22. Another good mix Keith and that robin shot is beautiful! Did not see any this year in France, that was incredible!

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  23. Thanks Chris. I'm pleased to say we have plenty of Robins here. They've had a good breeding year.

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