A Selection of Photos

Blue Tit - A Selection of Photos
Blue Tit - A Selection of Photos
Some days you just find yourself with not much to say, days where tiredness is stopping the prose from flowing, or "darker" thoughts are tainting you mood, today appears to be one of those days for me (as was yesterday)!

While I managed a long walk (yesterday 12-10-2015), I was tired, my back was playing up and the birding wasn't anything special if I'm honest. 

With that said I did manage a few half decent photos, while outm so rather than waffle on without actually having anything to say, I thought I'd just share with you those photos. Hopefully next time I get out I'll find more to say.



A Selection of Photos


Blue Tit
Blue Tit

Chiffchaff
Chiffchaff

Cormorant in flight
Cormorant in flight

Lapwing in flight
Lapwing in flight

European Robin (rather shadow covered sadly)
European Robin (rather shadow covered sadly)

Migrant Hawker - Last of the Dragons?
Migrant Hawker - Last of the Dragons? 
I hope you enjoyed the photos and hopefully I'll be back to having lots of words strung together in some kind of order next time.

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4 comments:

  1. I don't mind the slight shadow on the robin, looks beautifully natural. Superb hawker too :)

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  2. A lovely set of images, I particularly like the Chiffchaff (they usually have a few branches obscuring them when I photograph them!), great image of the hawker too - what a stunning insect! :)

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    1. Thank you Jan, yes small warblers can end up with branches in front of them when photographed can't they :)

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