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Song thrush (Turdus philomelos) snapped in my back garden. Havent been able to spend much time on the site for the past week been busy elswhere. Thanks for all previous votes and comments.
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A tremendous shot Maurice with lots of good detail...John
These are rare where I live and I love them, also feel guilty.................. I use to have a pond in my back garden; it was my pride and joy until I found a Thrush Mother and baby had drowned in it. I am assuming Mother had gone in after her young. Filled the pond in immediately.
This is a great capture, excellend clarity and detail.
Nice image! I like it a lot!!
Wonderful capture so rare to see one.
Nice capture maurice.
A lovely capture
This is a very good image Maurice ! I find it difficult to get a good image when the birds are on the ground like this
A lovely capture.
Lovely Shot Maurice - nice to know there are some still out there fighting
A great shot
A superb image Maurice
Great capture Maurice, dont see many around now.
Excellent shot Maurice!
Wonderful to see one of these again, long time since we had a regular visitor to our garden, and you have captured it so beautifully ... Carol
A very well taken shot!
Rarely seen here of recent years and a huge miss. I understand we have the raptors to thank for that!
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