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Thanks for the comments and clicks on my Sax in the Cellar. Very much appreciated.
Here is a Nuthatch, not in the classic pose.
Thanks for viewing.
A well posed shot,
Brilliant photo! Well done
brilliant capture, tony ..
Good to see a few rump feather on view
Super capture, Tony.
Well captured Tony
Good image with a nice pose and composition.
It would benefit from an increase in sharpening for the bird only.
Nice Nuthatch portrait with lovely, true colour.
Great image. Lovely eye.
Super shot with great detail - I like it a lot!
great shot love it
A top drawer image,well done.
This one has his eye on you Tony !! A lovely photo of this bird in a super pose
Amazing detail Tony, superb image
Cracking shot Tony.
Beautifully detailed and I especially like the light in his eye.
what a great classic pose, you must have been very close to him!
Excellent capture Tony
Perfectly captured. Gorgeous shot.
A great capture and a great all important catch light on the eye
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