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.. another archive shot rescued from the recycle bin... not particularly sharp, but I still reckon it's probably better viewed "Large" if you've time
Thanks for looking and the cc's on yesterday "Red Warrior" alway appreciated
should have put it in the bin !!!! lol
Just perfect, Jon, what a great capture. Carol
Beautiful shot - a quadruple whammy!
Superb capture Jon, Wonderful.
What a moment to catch. Well done!
Glad you rescued it, lovely shot - so unusual to see too, 4 for the price of one - nice presentation to with that framing suits the image
Is'nt nature wonderful, lovely image.
Brilliant - love this
Another fine behavioural image Jon, superbly composed. Ron.
Yep devo worth a look large.
i love it
An excellent shot.
I coould never put a shot like this in the recycle bin, even as you say, it is not pin sharp 'in the right places'.
A superb image, made that bit more interesting by the presence of the magpies.
cracking shot, very well caught...
Super shot - definitely not for the bin!! We have magpies around here but they disappear the minute they see the camera!!
Great shot Jon; a bit of humour but also showing the relationship between them - the nits must be really annoying if it's prefereable to have a bird pecking at your skull!!
This shot is a cracker
Excellent details and colours.
...terrific shot Jon...and you're right about large...excellent :
Another great shot here Jon, don't think you have anything to apologize for my friend,
Wonderful shot and title Jon, the shot I missed that day
Glad you put it on Jon. A great slice of NATURE.
double trouble or super imposed? its simply great
Great shot John would the Magpie be the South African equivelant of oxpeckers? Ina
thats a super shot john glad rescued it
Great image of what is probably a very rare sight, that is unless you put peanuts’ on the deer’s heads.
well rescued, amazing shot
wonderful great to get two
Symbiotic relationships in the animal kingdom are always fascinating to see, does make you wonder though which the host preferred... the bugs biting or the birds pecking.
Glad you didn't bin this one, it's a very interesting subject that we don't often get to see. Thanks for sharing it with us.
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