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An image of this Grey Heron which was remarkaby unconcerned by my approach for what is generally a wary species.
Nicely focussed and the Heron has spotted a fish I suspect, the intense concentration it shows tells me a fish is not long for this earth.............
Well done Nigel, spot on, it shows that you don't always need the mega pixels and powerful lenses if you can get close enough.
Beauty Nigel, think he is concentrating on a fish Though iam sure your stalking abilities are the stuff of legend
Unconcerned or good field craft on your part, either way a wonderful image. - gary
Superb Nigel all the detail captured and a fantastic composition, job well done....John
Great shot of the Heron.
You were very fortunate to get so close.
Great image. Well exposed. A lovely capture.
A great capture,
Superb clarity, and wonderful colour.. beautiful shot.
A superbly sharp and detailed shot of this elegant bird
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