Friday, 9 March 2012

Dippers and Turnstones.

The Turnstones were taken at Newlyn Harbour a short while ago and the Dippers were
taken today in Truro.





32 comments:

  1. Są śliczne, a zdjęcie dolne z prawej strony jest urocze. Pozdrawiam. *** They are beautiful, and the bottom photo on the right is cute. Yours.

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  2. Great Dipper shots

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  3. Wow - those images all come up as absolute crackers when you click on one to enlarge them!! I find both these birds very appealing - always a joy to see!

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  4. hele mooie foto's.
    mooi die waterspreeuw ik heb hem ook wel eens gefotografeerd bij ons komt hij zelden voor.
    groetjes Herman,

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  5. Love the Dipper shots, especially the last one with the grass? in his beak!
    J
    Follow me at HEDGELAND TALES

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  6. Excellent images! We saw quite a few Canada Geese today, and several Bald Eagles.

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  7. Excellent Dipper shots John, I must get over Truro sometime!

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  8. Excellent photos! The Dipper is a beautiful looking bird.

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  9. Great Shots mate, Digiscoping at its very best. That second Dipper shot is fantastic.
    Cu both soon.

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  10. Hi!
    Absolutely stunning dipper shots.
    Greetings from Sweden
    /ingemar

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  11. Great set of images.Love the Dipper shots.

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  12. Cracking stuff, really love the Turnstone.

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  13. Lovely set of images here... :)

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  14. really good 4 ones, may be my best the second turstone!
    Saludos from Spain,

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  15. Turnstones and Dippers...oh it is a good thing that I should not have to choose only one of these as a favorite for this post, for each image is magnificent!!!

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  16. I really love the dipper images. Well done!

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  17. Outstanding bird behavior photographs! I especially love the dipper with the nesting material in its mouth. All are wonderful, though!

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  18. Thank you for visitinig my blog. I love Nature as a whole so will enjoy visiting your blog daily.

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  19. Hi John, It's Simon, met you this morning at Stithians. Lovely photos you have on your blog, digiscoping looks excellent, good details.
    I have a about 400 bird photos on my flickr site: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thehidaway/sets/72157601740789894/
    Might bump into you again one day, thanks for all the info, keep up the good work.

    Simon

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  20. Love those Dipper images. Never seen one myself must ask you where to capture those in Truro next time i'm there.

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  21. Wonderful blog and many great pictures!!
    I am a little envious about the Dipper!
    Soooooo elusive where I live! :)
    Well done!

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  22. Wow the second dipper shot is perfect. I love it. I've only been able to see this species twice in my life and I'm not gonna see it in Iceland ;-) I hope the turnstone will be back soon :-) These four pictures are superb!

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  23. Stunning images, especially the Dipper.

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  24. Thank you for all your comments.
    john.

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  25. Lovely dipper shots, Mike.

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  26. Awesome images of the dippers...Thomas

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  27. heel fraai,dipper uit twente neem ik aan?

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  28. dom...zie nu pas, geen Ned;)

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