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Thursday, 8 November 2012

Orange breasted Water Shrike.

.................sick of Kingfishers yet?   

11 comments:

Jeff said...

Nicely done Rob,now only if the GGS would pose as close as that !!

Steve Hinton said...

Nice one Rob!

Paul Tabor said...

NICE SHOTS but bored now why don't you put some ivy on that perch and try and get some shots of goldcrest please no more kingfisher's pretty please

Steve Hinton said...

Badger, this is only the beginning !

Randal M Snowdrop said...

Badger, well said. Next week they'll probably all be in the National Museum of Wales photographing stuffed puffins......I've had it on good authority that Hinton was seen last week in the Natural History section setting up a perch in the seabird section.....Smudger and Jeff were also seen in the museum but for some reason they chose to walk around the porcelain and ceramics section with a dodo tape lure? No doubt we'll be inundated with Little Owl shots very soon!

Mitch said...

Or S E Owl!

Road Runner said...

...God help us when the Waxwings arrive, I say....might even force me to start watching the other channel!

Richard G. Smith said...

Nice sharp shots Mitch.
I hear Jeffers will soon be inundating us with the same come monday?
Of course instead of whinging the moderators could put a ban on more than one shot to ease the pain.
Or ban Tiger who always has the last shot - who must be congratulated on the publication of Daurian Shrike in the Journal of Truth aka Birding World!

tiger said...

thankyou Smudger - lkg at the weather today, expect a bonanza of orange & shades of blue from JS over the w/e !!

Mitch said...

Cheers Rich! i've changed my lens for a Sigma 120-300 f2.8 os,x 1.4 converter,so far i'm quite happy with it.

Richard G. Smith said...

Looks good to me Mitch!