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One taken the other day. I am just off to the Somerset levels to see if i can photograph the starlings coming in to roost
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Fine capture - I have not yet succeeded in getting a reasonable shot of one of these. A
This is an excellent photo of this beauty !! Great detail and focus
What a superb capture, Dven, and I envy you going to the Levels, you'll probably spot Ade there Carol
A lovely composition with excellent detail Dven
A super image, good luck with the Starlings.
A wonderfully detailed and well illuminated photograph of this delightful little bird.
Lovely lighting. Well captured.
Great shot, Dven.
Good shot of this interesting finch!
She is a beauty, isn't she?
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