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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Ptarmigan'

    Applecross pass is not for the faint hearted, when I drove up to the top it was covered in mist and saw neither birds or view,now I know what I missed, thankyou for another one of your wonderful photo's
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Room Up Top'

    Must be looking for Bill Oddie
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Spotted Towhee'

    What a handsome bird to have in your back yard is it a regular visitor ?
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Meadow Pipit'

    This photograph really takes one to the place where it was taken! Quite beautiful
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Twigs'

    This is amazing! What a difficult Jig Saw puzzle this would make.
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'abyssinian roller'

    Almost worth the flight to see them,HOW much is the fare!!
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Pied Wagtail'

    This is a beautiful photograph of a bird that never stay still unless I have not got my camera with me, glad you were with your camera and scope. There may be lots of Pied Wagtails around but only a few photo's this good.
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Oystercatcher'

    Now that is very nice Just wish I had taken this photograph, only get them on the ground or flying away
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Great Frigatebird - Female'

    With that lens you must have been very close, how high up was she?
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Lady in Waiting...'

    Reminds me of some beautiful Japanese paintings I once saw years ago. They belong to a friend who asked me to photograph them for him. I took some B/W and must have the negatives somewhere. Think this would look great as a large black & white print on a wall.
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Grey Heron and waterfall'

    Looks like it is waiting for dinner to arrive
  12. Near Miss

    Near Miss

    Taken with Canon D30 I used manual focus as auto did not keep up with the bird in A1 servo. Timing ok but not quite in focus. Have just got a Canon 20d hope to do better with as it has Nine points of focus but D 30 only has three
  13. ID Please

    ID Please

    Taken from hide at rspb Pulborough
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Violeteared waxbill'

    Three beautiful birds, three wonderful photographs
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Western Meadowlark'

    So do I,a good photo made perfect by the position of the person behind the camera
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Kestrel'

    Quite the best photograph of a Kestrel that I have seen anywhere.
  17. Sparrows in the tree tops

    Sparrows in the tree tops

    I was quite close before I saw this flock of sparrows
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Pied Wagtail'

    Not really cheating , anything that improves the photo is fair. Wagtails are quite tricky birds as they move very unpredictably. Looks like you have soon mastered your 20D!
  19. ID Please

    ID Please

    Briefly saw this bird on a feeder near a reed bed at the edge of a lake Shutter speed to slow and focus out but a Robin scared it away before i could get a better shot
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Bearded Tit'

    Just PERFECT
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Brown Hawk-Owl'

    One of those pictures that make viewers feel as if they are there
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'After the Storm'

    Like Neil Gilbert, I too have never seen such a good photo of any Bittern
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'indigo buntings'

    I think they fell in a bath of dye, can that really be their natural colour ?
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'Not the usual closeup'

    A real life image
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    Comment by 'clive c' in media 'House Sparrows enjoying the winter sunshine'

    Christine, it is the photographer,NOT the camera that takes the picture However good craftsmen/women will get the best with good tools. your photograph of the sparrows is first class and reflects both the camera and your own ability. well done