Lovely images John, as always.
Really like your moth collections.Amazing!!!The Cormorant looks cool!Great set of images.
I like the Juv. Great Spots! PS I missed your last post, but I'd say the ''Juv Robin'' is a Stonechat.
Hi Warren,thank you for pointing out "Juv Robin" is a Stonechat.Angie from Alecto's Birding Nature was the very first Person to point out my mistake.The second person was Steve Lavington.Next time I will have to be bang on.john.
Beautiful collection.The Jay for me. I'm still trying to get near to one.
Excellent images, John. They`re a real pleasure to view.
The woodpecker is wonderful, enjoyed all of these photos. The first moth with the wavy lines is cool..
Good pictures as always John.
Top photography John. The woodpecker is fantastic.Moths are again brilliant.
Love the Woodpecker! We heard one on our visit to England, but we could never find it. We bought a post card with it's picture instead...maybe next time!
Ahhh...more moth shots John and Sue :) but I have to admit I love them. Oh and your pics of your birds are fantastic as always.
For a quick visit, you got some lovely shots! It looks like the Cormorant was posing for you.
Lovely photos yet again. The Caffinch in particular caught my attention. madibirder
Love that cormorant!! They are such cool birds...
Great Woodpeckers - one of the families I miss - nothing like them out here - must be all that hard eucalyptus wood!!
Lovely set of photo's john and sue I have really enjoyed your moth and insect shots. I have had a disaster I had a fall at Pendeen and busted my camera and lens. Camera looks like a right off.Sam
Sorry to hear about your fall Sam, hope you are ok. You may be able to claim something on your house insurance for the camera, we did for binoculars. John and Sue
Great set of pics, I am still waiting to snap a Jay myself, something I really want to capture, yours look great.
I was looking for moths lately, but couldnt find so many as U do here.
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What a wonderful collection of moth pictures. Do you trap them or just come across them on your travels? I would certainly like to see more moths.
Hi, Emma.90% are taken at work locations,10% are trapped. John.