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    Shetland April '16

    Hi there, I'm heading to Shetland (south mainland) next week for a few days (Tues 26 - Thurs 28th), for a spot of birding for my birthday. I'm travelling alone and just wondered if anyone was around / also travelling up then and fancied meeting to share a bit of birding time :) Cheers, Nick.
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    Hello (again) :)

    Afternoon from Preston. This is my third time joining BF (after changing emails over previous years). Been birding since a child, but still loving it more everyday! Just thought i'd say hey, good to be back on here, looking forward to some interesting threads :) Cheers for now..
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    Martin's Quiz

    Bee eaters and Ortolan?
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    The Duke and PB Fritillaries in Cumbria

    crackers! love the dob.
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    The Small Blue in Cumbria

    Thanks for posting this, i am hoping to come up and see these soon. btw great picture, would love one like this one. cheers.
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    Nick's Photo quiz (2)

    It was a Wheatear. recently been snappin butterflies, and less so birds, so not much at mo to post here. altho when i do get some bird pics, will post.
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    Field work ... hard work!

    Woodlark - stop beating me too it Nick! ;)
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    in and around south tyneside

    Great pic of the Wall Derek!
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    Field work ... hard work!

    Female red footed falcon
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    Peacock?

    Don't know bout blind peacocks, but it's defo a peacock and a very old or damaged one by the look of it.
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    The Duke and PB Fritillaries in Cumbria

    Well done guys with your counts. i went to GB on monday 25th and saw only 1 duke, plenty o pbf's and 3 dingy skippers. nice weather. also plenty of (faded) greenstreaks at meathop. full write up with pics on the blog. cheers.
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    Wrong side of light - help?

    Thanks for that Carl. However when i try all that nothing much seems so happen, even when i fiddle about with the opacity quite a bit?
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    Pollen on lenses?

    Thanks for that. Funnily enough it was pine pollen for me too, but in my garden. cheers.
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    Norfolk birding

    Also Dunnocks and Mipits as well. John the dragonfly is Black tailed skimmer like you said, and the bug is a stonefly of some type.
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    Field work ... hard work!

    r t pipit.
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    Pollen on lenses?

    Hi, This doesn't really have much to do with Sony, just that it's the camera brand i own. Is pollen a concern for scratching camera lenses, and what are anyone's best ways of removing it. Thanks.
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    Wrong side of light - help?

    I tried a lot of things, especially changing the "curving" of the light, etc. This is what i ended up with. Much better than my original edited version (on the right). cheers. any extra help?
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    Wrong side of light - help?

    Hi, i'm usin Photoshop 7, but i can't seem to find Shadows & Highlights. any help? cheers.
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    Wrong side of light - help?

    I'm not sure if using photoshop, there might be a way around this problem. Last year i took a picture of a White letter hairstreak and it was on the wrong side of the sunlight unfortunately at the time. shown below is my pic, unchanged (cropped) and next to it, my attempt of changing the...
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    Field work ... hard work!

    g sand plover.
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    Bird Quiz

    fox sparra.
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    Field work ... hard work!

    wryneck?
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    Nick's Photo quiz (2)

    in lancs, good one :t:
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    Young Birder

    Hiya MCspudd. are you sure ya wagtail on ya blog isn't a pied, it looks a little dark for a white. cheers.
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    Nick's Photo quiz (2)

    nope - use the habitat as a hint.
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