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  1. Steve Heath

    Comment by 'Steve Heath' in media 'violet-backed starling'

    Wow stunning. Great shot.
  2. Steve Heath

    Comment by 'Steve Heath' in media 'Mandarin Duck Male.JPG'

    Lovely eye level shot.
  3. Steve Heath

    Comment by 'Steve Heath' in media 'Horned or Slavonian Grebe (Podiceps auritus) illustration'

    Lovely picture. The feather detail is beautifully done. Thanks for sharing
  4. Steve Heath

    Comment by 'Steve Heath' in media 'Squacco Heron'

    Great character shot. A reminder that birds are the direct descendants of theropod dinosaurs.
  5. Steve Heath

    Comment by 'Steve Heath' in media 'dunlin'

    Beautiful shot.
  6. Steve Heath

    Comment by 'Steve Heath' in media 'Little Stint.'

    Great shot of this little gem. The detail in the beach completes the image perfectly.
  7. Steve Heath

    Comment by 'Steve Heath' in media 'Greater painted-snipe Male'

    Beautiful shot of such an unusual bird
  8. Steve Heath

    Comment by 'Steve Heath' in media 'Wren.'

    Great wren image.
  9. Steve Heath

    Tree goose

    Thanks for your thoughts.
  10. Steve Heath

    Comment by 'Steve Heath' in media 'IMG_4840.jpeg'

    Many thanks all.
  11. Steve Heath

    Tree goose

    North Lincolnshire UK. April 2024. My wife spotted a goose flying into trees from quite a distance. I was a little skeptical but sure enough a perched goose bottom, high in a Scots pine. Aware this is not uncommon in Canada geese in Canada and there have been reports of greylag perching in...
  12. IMG_4840.jpeg

    IMG_4840.jpeg

    Northern Gannet. Note the characteristic ‘black eye’ of a bird that has probably survived avian flu.
  13. Razorbill

    Razorbill

    Razorbill battles a powerful Easterly off the North Sea
  14. Steve Heath

    Comment by 'Steve Heath' in media 'E36A3223.jpg'

    Beautiful detail and colour.
  15. Northern Gannets

    Northern Gannets

    Northern gannet pair bonding through exchange of nesting materials
  16. Steve Heath

    Comment by 'Steve Heath' in media 'Silver-eared Mesia'

    You’re certainly getting some impressive results.
  17. Steve Heath

    Comment by 'Steve Heath' in media 'Silver-eared Mesia'

    Stunning bird, thanks for posting. Interesting kit combo. I use the 7D mk ii + CANON 300mm 2.8 mkii +/- the x1.4. You are shooting at an equivalent of 672 mm with the cropped sensor. How do you find that combo in low light.
  18. Steve Heath

    Comment by 'Steve Heath' in media 'Common Reed Warbler'

    Beautiful shot in perfect setting
  19. Steve Heath

    Bird of prey over my garden in Sevenoaks, Kent UK

    Just assumed the bard was refering to a red kite. Didn’t occur to me they may have been black kites. Is this a long standing debate in the birding world?
  20. Steve Heath

    Bird of prey over my garden in Sevenoaks, Kent UK

    Shakespeare refers to red kites and crows on the streets of London. The kites fed on discarded food like gulls at a rubbish tip. They also snatched linen from washing lines as bedding for the nests. The chihuahua is safe but your Y-fronts are in imminent peril 😂
  21. Steve Heath

    Comment by 'Steve Heath' in media 'Purple Finch'

    What a beautiful bird. Thanks for posting these lovely shots Daniel.
  22. Steve Heath

    Comment by 'Steve Heath' in media 'Purple Sandpiper & Turnstone02.jpg'

    Love this shot Ian (and the others you’ve recently posted). Technically good and fantastic character portrait. You‘re really good with the olly 150 -400. I struggled with the lens in low light.
  23. Steve Heath

    Rare trapdoor spider rediscovered in Portugal

    Amazing. Thanks for posting. I’m just getting into macro photography and fascinated by the hidden lives of insects and arachnids.
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