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Happy New Year.
Best wishes to all ePZ members and staff for 2012.
Start a new job tomorrow.
Another winner Cheryl, 1st class.....good luck with the new job, haven't a clue what it may be though
Happy new year Cheryl
A superb image, great detail...............Sandy
Amazing. - gary
Strange that after nearly 3 months off I will have to get up at a "normal' time to officially work. Obviously I have been keeping busy and doing some work in that time but will still be a bit of a shock to the system
More of a shock will be getting up at "silly o'clock" on Wednesday to drive to the client site!
Lovely shot, Cheryl.
A stunner Cheryl, I knew from the thumb nail it was yours.
Happy New Year Cheryl, good luck on your first day Kingfisher glory.
Superb kingfisher shot in every way, Cheryl: a happy New Year to you.
Fantastic image Cheryl,happy new year to you,and best of luck with your new job,
Happy New Year to you and all the best for the new job!
May 2012 be a happy and prosperous one for you
New job - New year
Love the KF Cheryl
Need to start at silly o'clock tomorrow now
Still office appears to be near a nature reserve, so if I can get to the lighter evenings...
Happy New Year Cheryl and hope the job goes well
fantastic image,happy new year and good luck with the new job!!!!
So beautiful, the bird and your photography!
congrat's for your new job & HNY to you Cheryl.
Best wishes for 2012 - cracking shot as always - Ina
Lovely light and comp on this Cheryl, nice work....
Happy New Year to you too Cheryl. Fabulous picture as always.
Well positioned bird in frame, plus beautiful control of light / processing resulting in rich saturated colours and a photo with bags of impact.
Congrats on the EC.
Cannot tell the sex at this age, some with a bit of red under beak turn out to be male,
Queenie's beak was totally black until she was over six months old, she is of course female.
Arthur is 18 months old and still has a little red on his lower mandible.
They were one of the two couples that paired up last spring, and dug a nest together.
I hope you do not mind me pointing this out.
Best for 2012 Alan
Thanks Pete for the EC, tenners will be in the usual spot
Alan, no problem. I was told some time ago that the signs for a juvenile were the colour of the feet and the white tip to the end of the beak. As for it being male or female having never consciously seen a definite female juvenile I am more than happy to be "corrected". I only have scarce access to see these fantastic birds and therefore happy to defer to an expert for an identification. So in future I'll just put juvenile to be on the safe side
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