Saturday, 23 May 2015

LOCAL BIRDING.


LOCAL BIRDING AROUND TRURO, GOTHIAN SANDS AND STITHIANS.
















14 comments:

  1. Great series of pics.. Lovely shots.. Regards..

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  2. Always something worth seeing; great images.

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  3. the duck family is super that can be disturbed by anything .. here with us was a highway closed at short notice comes just so a duck family on the other side of the pond
    greetings Frank

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  4. Great shots John, just goes to show you don,t have to travel far for superb wildlife images.
    Well done mate

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  5. Fantastic pictures !! I love this duck family !!!
    Greetings

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  6. Wonderful captures John. There is so much to see in our own countries that one dous not have to go far from home to see all these wonderful birds. Great captures.
    Regards,
    Roos

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  7. Great series! Lovely birds. My favorites the swallows! and photo 9 is superb!!!
    greetings,
    Maria

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  8. I stand in awe of your photography once again. Always so sharp and clear. Love the variety of birds that you see.

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  9. Some stellar photography here, John and a great range of species.Your picture reminds us what a truly handsome species a Barn Swallow is.

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  10. Great selection of images guys. It is good to see Mallard chicks popping up all over the place now!

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  11. A beautiful series of images! They all are stellar, but I just love the Willow Warbler with nesting material in its bill, as well as the crooning Sedge Warbler. There is such precision in your photography work. Excellent as always!

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  12. Superb set John, I love the sand martin with the yellow background

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  13. A great set of images, John, which I've just found after a holiday in Scotland. Although all are brilliant, I particularly like the Sand Martin images, the Swallow, and the second Sedge Warbler image.

    Best wishes - - - - Richard

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  14. Thank you all for your comments.
    John and Sue.

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