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Thanks for the interest in my last upload, today a bird shot just for a change.
A wild bird taken in the Camargue
A fine capture, Mike. Carol
Like the details here Mike, well worth a large view for the great eye
A great image.
Well shot love the red eye ...
A really beautiful photograph depicting the rather gorgeous Black Winged Stilt, so crammed packed with great natural colours, and fine detail.
such detail Mike..love the eye
a great shot
Great shot of this bird, Mike. Super sharpness in the eye.
You never fail to come up with the goods Mike
A cracking shot Mike
I am quite envious of your wanderings - any room in the van? LOL
Fantastic detail. Great capture.
a love red eye!
a fine shot of this graceful wader.
A fine shot of this elegant, long legged red eyed wading bird
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