Welcome back! Hope you're both feeling much better.A beautiful series; grand job spotting them all.
preciosa entrada y variadasaludos
Een mooie serie aan verscheidenheid groetjes Danielle
Beautiful pictures of different bird species.Greetings Irma
Wonderful, John. I particularly like the Sand Martin image, although the Wheatear, B-b Sand and Moorhen chick are very close behind!! I hope that you and Sue both recover quickly from your ills. Richard
So sorry to hear you have both been ailing. Wishing each of you a speedy recovery. Lovely images! I especially like the little Moorhen chick, all are beautiful, though.
Geweldige serie vogels,groetjes Herman,
Hi!!!.. Superb captures.. I love 2,5,6 image.. Cheers!!!..
Glad to see you're back. Hope all is well now. Beautiful set of photos today!
Welcome back. Hope you are both on the mend!! What a mouthwatering series of pictures!!
Beautiful collection of wonderful birds! I wish you both a speedy recovery!
Lovely series of shots, glad to hear you're both feeling better :-)
Glad your out and about again. Been looking forward to your Buff Breasted Sandpiper image and it is fantastic. Great stuff.
Welcome back, great selection of images as usual, hope your both feeling better.
Super series John. Best wishes to you both for a speady return to full health.
Hi!Welcome back, and thanks fore this lovely bird serie.Have a nice week/Ingemar
Not posting too much but that post is precious. Beautiful set of pictures you got... Love the little grebe and the wheatear!
Beautiful photographs, fantastic birds. I am greeting
I hope that you all are feeling much better. The images are great and the one, second from the bottom on the right up... the little black bird with red and showing it's reflection, STUNNING~
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He conocido tu blog y es muy interesante,desde hoy lo seguire,saludos amigo
Many thanks for your kind comments,very much appreciated.John.
Finally managed to catch up my blogging friends. Great collection as always guys. particularly like the buff-breasted sand. Haven't seen one since Scilly about 10 years ago!!
Hi Tony,nice to have you back.Thanks for the comment.John.