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Song Thrush
In the afternoon we went along the road a little to Dunollie Castle: http://www.dunollie.org/

.... well Clive and Glen walked, I took the car of course!!

While waiting for them to appear, I had a nosey around the woodland area near the car park.

This Song Thrush wasn't at all playing ball, was he, right on the edge of the light meets dark, which really didn't help my camera! I've messed about with it a bit to show some of his plumage detail.

An interesting place to go.
Coastal woodland park
Dunollie Castle, Oban, Argyll, West Scotland
Date taken
14 May 2016
Scientific name
Turdus philomelos
Equipment used
Fuji Finepix HS50 Sports Mode Continuous
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Awesome work in some tricky lighting, Delia ... great work ... tfs ...
If this was taken at Dunollie Castle you had better change the name on the photo Delia LOL
Nicely captured .
i think its an lovely capture. such a lovely little one and you are so lucky to be able to hear his song.

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