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hi everyone, this is my last Nuthatch for a while, i know the comp. is all wrong but i like it.
BIG is better
brilliant capture well done...jojo
Great capture especially as he still has the nut in his beak do you use a tripod ? I can never get this kind of shot as I shake too much !!
Marvelous capture Keith.
Looks great to me Keith, another great capture.
I like it Keith.
Wonderfully caught with super detail. What a piglet!!
The fork of the tree makes this a really interesting shot, Keith; bags of detail here.
nice capture well done
I like it too! Beautiful detail on the tree and as above, I think the fork makes for an intresting picture -
This is how it is with nuthatches-- I love this natural framing, and the nut is wonderful!
I like the comp - its like a "V" sign
How can the composition be wrong Keith, when it's in it's natural habitat???
I think it's a fanatstic image, & the large pic is so full of detail.
A great shot.
yay with a nut !! fantastic shot
Fantastic shot Keith, it looks great.
Just fantastic, fabulous pose, terrific composition and pin sharp detail.
Keith this looks great with the seed in his beak and how he is hanging on!well done!
Think he looks cute the way you have captured him..Judith
what a shot, superb composition
well done Keith ,comp spot on , your pictures are a great to look at---how much do you spend on nuts ??? .
V for Victory . A great shot Keith !! xx
This fine shot deserves a 30.
Good morning Keith
have a r/c from me thanks for the advice last night
Fabulous capture Keith,looks great in the forked branches.
Well timed and framed Keith great detail and textures.
As lovely a pic. of this great bird as you could wish for. Well seen.
Birds are amazing. It is going to fly away with something the equivalent of the size of a coconut to us! Nothing wrong with a v composition in this case.
Another good one, looks like you feed them well! Spot on! Click!!!
Nice to see a different angle Keith, cracking details as always.
When we get some leaves on the trees we'll have to meet up at Healey Dell or somwhere.
Fab work Keith !! Quite a cracker too.
Great shot, as usual, though not to your great standards. And 'Description, (yhis) is my last nuthach for a while' Don't blame me for driving you to drink. Stay well mate.
A Lovely image and tones light detail and a lovely angle and composition.
Crackin shot Keith....Well captured.....
Another super capture, your bird images are amazing.
Lovely angle: nice work, love the dof. and the birdie.
I don't see anything wrong with the composition here keith..you are being too hard on yourself!
Love the texture in the moss,great pose with that huge nut in his beak.
A beautiful capture Keith, lovely sharp detail and pose.
Nice one Keith, good detail, well caught.
Wow amazing timing
Good shot, I do like the effect of the 2 branches. - Brian.
what a well caught action shot
colours and detail fab
Cracking image Keith.Super detail and timing.
Love the composition and vivid colours to this Keith.
Nought wrong with the composition Keith, a lovely shot!!ou mustn't be so hard on yourself!!
A great unusual capture.
Super capture Keith
I like the moss on the tree and the way the nuthatch is sticking his head forward with a nut in his beak! Nice image Keith.
like the composition, & the nuthatch with his nut
I think he's looking for his friend who should be on the other side.I like the symmetry of the v.He's a cracker.Take care.Ann
Wonderful composition, colours and detail. Fantastic work.
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