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Saturday, 24 August 2013

Birds and Flowers


I've recently got a moth trap, so expect some pictures of moths in the future.



For now though, as the title said .....



Pied Wagtail








Reed Bunting










Reed Warbler












Sedge Warbler






and now, flowers





Marsh Cinquefoil










Common Evening Primrose










Harebell







That's it. Enjoy the weekend.



20 comments:

  1. Great pictures Keith - especially the ground level shot of the wagtail - you don't often see pictures of birds on the ground taken at their own level

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  2. the reed bunting is SO handsome!

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  3. Terrific photos! I love that first one.

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  4. Lovely shots Keith. the Reed Bunting is special and the Harebell is just brilliant.

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  5. They're all beauties but that first imager just touches me. Lovely.

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  6. Nice collection of birds and wild flowers.

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  7. cracking shots , i like the Harebell.



    peter

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  8. Nice one Keith, the birds and the wild flowers are so gorgeous.

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  9. Great images, especially the Sedge Warbler on top of the fence post. Mind you I also like the Reed Bunting, I really like the male in summer plumage, they look very smart

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  10. Hi Keith... Wonderful photo's, especially like the Sedge Warbler on the post!!
    Of course when it comes to flowers I like them all ; )
    Grace

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  11. So you too will have a houseful of moths.
    A grand selection
    The pied wagtails have done well this year.

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  12. Thanks Phil. Not always easy getting low shots, especially these days, but worth the effort.

    Thank you Theresa. The males have a very smart plumage.

    Thanks Barbara. :-)

    Thanks Roy. Yea, I love the Harebell. Found a white one the other day; have to post it sometime.

    Thanks Hilary. :-)

    Thank you Bob :-)

    Cheers Peter. Yea, a nice plant. So delicate looking.

    Thank you Doug. The Sedge Warbler was very obliging.

    Thanks Grace. I thought you'd enjoy the flowers ;-)

    Adrian, I think I had more moths on the ceiling at one point.

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  13. Beautiful photography in this post Keith, I love that shot of the Pied Wagtail and the flowers in bokeh.

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  14. Thanks Pete :-)

    Thank you Sondra :-)

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  15. Great images Keith. Yes I am still visiting, just not commenting like I should. I too am busy doing things and not blogging like I intend to. Keep enjoying life and recording that enjoyment for us.

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  16. Wow marvelous bird shots Keith.. You know I'm not too much in flowers anyway ;-)

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  17. Thanks Dale. I don't seem to do as much on here as I used to. Keep going out lol

    Thanks Chris. More birds next time :-)

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  18. HI Keith Just trying to get caught up on some posts! great shots, all of them however my favorites are the harebell and Sedge.

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  19. Thanks Margaret. Yea, I love Harebells; so delicate looking.

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