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Bagers Foraging 09.
Taken at Sett G.
Another great shot of these fine mammals.
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Great foursome Fred, a cracking capture
Nicely composed. - gary
How have you managed to capture these very shy creatures, well done. Tracey
I cant remember the last time I saw one of these beautiful creatures Fred-- and here you have four in a row.!! Brilliant.
Super capture, Fred, four perfectly in line. Great.
All 4 at once Fred, excellent
Superb capture and composition. Great detail and lighting.....they seem very much at ease.
Knowing how shy badgers are, you've done well to get these. How did you get so close? Outside the window/ door of a conservatory?
excellent well captured 4 in a row
What a great catch Fred, four at once, so well done.
it's a ferensic line, dont let any slugs go un chewed lol..love the bagders.
A wonderful sight, Fred. Carol
excellent to see there nocturnal activities displayed so well
A great display of badgers
a wonderful shot !love it
Very nice capture with four in the frame.
Hi col.campbell the shot was actually taken on the sett, I was either sat on the ground or a log,
if I were to see just ONE I would be thrilled and here you have four, great shot Fred great experience as well
Great wildlife photography.
Thanks for sharing that wonderful shot.
Beautiful composition, with the curve of the foreground mound, and the four noses snuffling towards the same point. I love this one!!!
Amazing capture Fred
Cracking image, nicely captured.
Looks like you have them trained to line up for the shot here Fred LOL, another great shot.
A good grouping here Fred.
Busy as little beavers,sorry--badgers !!
Very nice family shot...
Great bit of work...
impressive capture ;
aren't they afraid ?
Great capture Fred,4 in 1,superb..................
Form the badgers in a line, Fred. excellent capture.
Nice one Fred, Havent seen mine for over a year.
What a wonderful line-up and terrific diagonal in the composition
How did you manage to take the photo? Wouldn't flash send them all running for cover?
Just noticed you're in Wales; it was in Wales where I had my first and only badger sightings in Castlemartin, out on the coast. I spent a week putting leftover scraps of dinner out to try to entice them into a lit area so I could get a photo, with severely limited success! Which is why I'm wondering how you managed to get such a well-lit photo?
Hi again col.campbell in 1991 I joined Gwent Badger Group and started visiting some of the local badger setts on a regular basis, the badgers do get to accept your presence, the shutter noise and flash, the answer is visit a sett regularly, nearly all my badger shots were taken with one flashgun, a Pentax AF280T fitted on a bracket attached to the camera, please visit my badger album for more examples,
A really good shot well captured, did not get to comment on yesterdays image,but voted today, out job-hunting trying to get caught up today .
These are really great shots of the badgers you have captured.keep up the good work
Belting shot Fred.
Great shot fred..
Wonderful group here Fred
Some pictures donít come easy - and this is a fine example. This picture instantly got an award from me.
Top class piece of night work with 4 badgers viewed here. Smashing - no hesitation giving this an award.
A good line out Fred Well captured,
A cracking quartet Fred, I like the way they are lined up in formation
Thanks for the tips Fred, once again - cracking shot.
Thanks everyone for all comments and clicks,
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