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9 minutes ago, meanderingemu said:

still working my way around a new town. easily accessible birding spots so far not really great for photography.    First decent session with a Solitary Sandpiper

 

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Superb shot!! Crisp, eye level, behavioural shot, 10 out of 10!!

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2 minutes ago, gvallee said:

 

Superb shot!! Crisp, eye level, behavioural shot, 10 out of 10!!

 

thanks.  really muddy sunken pond, so was actually resting the camera on my shoe.  flip screen is such a great tool  🙂 

 

 

(also thanks for pointing out i need to go add behaviour/behavioural as KWs) 

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A blue hour shot from when I was out and about with a tripod last Sunday night

 

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The restored Mayflower originally built in 1948

 

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42 minutes ago, Steve F said:

A blue hour shot from when I was out and about with a tripod last Sunday night

 

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The restored Mayflower originally built in 1948

 

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I love these old steam engines, whatever the country. I saw one in Oklahoma years ago and was awed at its immense size. I took a picture of a big man standing by one of the wheels, and he looked like a small child.

 

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10 hours ago, meanderingemu said:

still working my way around a new town. easily accessible birding spots so far not really great for photography.    First decent session with a Solitary Sandpiper

 

a-solitary-sandpiper-tringa-solitaria-looking-around-for-food-in-a-small-pond-beak-open-touching-water-with-reflection-2GP6C2B.jpg

 

Lovely capture. Buy one get one free. 👍

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10 hours ago, Betty LaRue said:

I love these old steam engines, whatever the country. I saw one in Oklahoma years ago and was awed at its immense size. I took a picture of a big man standing by one of the wheels, and he looked like a small child.

 

 

It seems their use is on the rise here, people like the nostalgia and 'romanticism'. Thinking of taking a trip myself!!

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3 hours ago, Ed Rooney said:

 

Wow, I'm starting to think there's a lot of wildlife just outside the boundary of Liverpool City Centre. 🤫

 

Edo, join the club, steam trains and Lloyds at night!

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19 hours ago, Colblimp said:

Stranded dolphin this morning. 2GPP480

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You go out for a walrus and come back with a dolphin...Easy done!

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5 hours ago, Mr Standfast said:

You go out for a walrus and come back with a dolphin...Easy done!

That’s how it happened lol 

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8 hours ago, Colblimp said:

That’s how it happened lol 

That stuffed Walrus is back in the shed now he's got a stuffed Dolphin and a host of extra's. 🤣

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