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european robin

  1. Robin


    Posing lovely on a sign near to the entrance to my patch
  2. Robin close-up

    Robin close-up

    A close-up of one of the tame Robins at Titchwell. Showing off the superb but often underappreciated colours of this species!
  3. Wary Robin

    Wary Robin

    after the section of fatball that's wedged into the uprights
  4. European Robin

    European Robin

  5. European Robin

    European Robin

  6. Robin with mealworms

    Robin with mealworms

    Busy feeding three young during summer 2004
  7. European Robin

    European Robin

    This bird paused to glance back over it's shoulder at me before flying away.
  8. European Robin

    European Robin

  9. European Robin

    European Robin

  10. Hanging on by a leg!

    Hanging on by a leg!

    One of our regular lunch guest enjoying his main course.
  11. Resubmitted Robin   640 x 480

    Resubmitted Robin 640 x 480

    Re submitted my robin. Previous submission was 800 x 600. The sun was out And he/she stayed still for long enough. Shooting Mode Fast Shutter Tv( Shutter Speed ) 1/400 Av( Aperture Value ) 3.5 Metering Mode Evaluative ISO Speed Auto Lens 7.8 - 23.4mm Focal Length 13.6mm Single AF Distance ...
  12. Too close for comfort

    Too close for comfort

    This tame individual approached so close to me that I had to step back to focus. Taken against the light on a sunny afternoon.
  13. European Robin singing

    European Robin singing