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Tuesday, 22 May 2012

OOC.



We just could'nt get close enough to the bugger....high ISO..... blah blah blah

9 comments:

Jeff said...

Nice ones Nige,not many better if any on Birdguides,lovely evening light,did you use a converter ?

Mitch said...

Now i'm jealous,i was wondering who would be the first.Excellent!

Richard G. Smith said...

Not as bad as you make out - seem as good as any so far..........

Paul Tabor said...

how much closer do you want to get?

misty said...

yours are better than steves, his second shot seems to be sending a message;-)

Slaphead said...

To within 10ft would have been nice,but do me a favour,please don't criticise someone when you were not there, we sat there,quietly (unlike a number of birders who made more noise than the London symphony orchestra at the last night of the prom) and the bird approached us - not the birders,who by the way did try and get closer even though they had scopes!

Paul Tabor said...

slaphead i ain't having a go at you just stating there is absolutely nothing wrong with the shots ie you don't need to get any closer.Infact i think they are very good photo's.

misty said...

Badger he's probably seen sid spouting off crap on his blog about toggers and just assumed...

Slaphead said...

then please accept my sincere apologies.