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Many thanks for the C&Cs yesterday. I took these a little while ago in the Wareham forest, i thought it would make a change from the GSW. Have a great day.
A nice colourful set from Wareham... well done Brian.
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Top set Brian I like them all, Paul.
You've done well to get as close as you have here Brian, good work mate.
I like all 3 of them. Neil
Wonderful captures, Brian, I've only ever seen one, on the grass verge outside my house. Carol
Though we get GSW in droves (well, in 3 or 4 families anyway!) I've never seen one of these Greens other than in images. They are very attractive and your set here shows them beautifully.
What a beauty, they're much prettier than the GSW variety. I've only ever seen one in my garden and it was so memorable, like a little bit of real wildlife had visited. They look so oriental. Superb shots.
3 excellent captures Brian,
Three great images. Beautiful colours.
Very well done very impressive like it, regards Leon.
Because it has been captured in the tree V2 gets my vote. Stunning picture!
$*&$%£*&£$^ I have always wanted one of these you blighter - great set V3 might be improved if you cropped some of the oof foreground but well done love them all *^&%£$*^%£$*
Well done Brian
Not easy at all
Might be worth another bat at them, if they are still about, to see what happens
Lovely set Brian. They always look so moody
I've been chasing one of these for 2 years, and there's you with 3 great shots , envy doesnt come near. 3 crackers Brian.
Three top class shots Brian. I think my vote goes to V2 simply because it seems to be quite unusual to find a Greenie off the ground, almost always seen ground feeding.
All three beautifully captured and here's me just wanting to get one!!
great work Brian
Don't know how you managed this. These are so difficult even to get near. Well done.
Just a brilliant set Brian! John
Excellent image Brian.
Another first class set of images Brian, v2 for me, all have awesome looking eyes.
Well done my friend.
An excellent set
Excellent set Brian, I veer toward V3.
Superb set of "Yaffle" images, Brian.
I like the natural setting in V 2, Brian, and for detail in the plumage, V 3.
A most attractively plumaged woodpecker.
Three great shots Brian,still can not get a shot of them..Lin
A very handsome chap. Lovely set.
Great work to capture these. Jamie
Cracking set Brian - very very nice. Lou
Excellent captures of this rare woodpecker, you even got a tone in tone background !
super set of images Brian, love the colours, very well done.
Three terrific images Brian, I agree wholeheartedly with the Big O's comment, well done you on getting so close. There'd be no chance of me getting so close to one of these if I was out in the Forest of Dean with the two herberts (Gary D and Big Ade Osmant), when we were there the only birds we saw were the canada geese on Woorgreens Lake, the gruesome twosome must have scared all the others off!!!
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