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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Friday, 22 April 2016

Potpourri 2




Tying up the loose ends.





Stoat











Red-breasted Merganser male











Goosander female










Lapwing












Grey Wagtail














 Rhiwargor Falls












Lake Vyrnwy









Little Egret












Catkins












Oystercatchers













 Willow Warbler





and I'll end on one of the boy





 Whisky






Enjoy your day



11 comments:

  1. Hi Keith You caughter all the critter imagess just at the right momn=ent for wonderful shots. I have neer seen a Stoat in the wild and the counryside is rough, wild and so beautiful. I can see why you love it so much. f course Whiskey is a darling. Have a great weekend.

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  2. Great set Keith, a cracking shot of the Stoat.....and they all smell so nice!...[;o)

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  3. Thanks Margaret. Stoats are pretty quick, but lovely animals.
    Enjoy your weekend too.

    Cheers Trev. Whisky don't smell too good when he's wet :-)

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  4. The stoat is beautiful, a great shot and plenty of water in the falls.

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  5. Lovely set of images Keith. The Stoat and the Egret especially.

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  6. What a treat for my eyes! Marvelous and a little Whisky to finish with...perfect ;o)

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  7. Hi Keith. I recognise the locations with fond memories. Super set.

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  8. Thanks Adrian. There's been plenty of rain here for a while. Most of the rivers and falls are looking at their best.

    Thanks Roy. I was very pleased with the Stoat. Only managed a few shots before he disappeared.

    Thanks Wilma. Got a few more :-)

    Thanks Sondra. He's becoming a bit of a star :-)

    Cheers Frank. A lovely part of the world.

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  9. Wow, the Lake Vywmy and Rhiwargor falls look great stunning images even if my autocorrect spelling function didn't

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  10. Cheers Doug. That's the best I've seen Lake Vyrnwy for some time; really gushing.

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