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Full frame capture of a Robin (Erithacus rubecula) taken in our garden last April.
Thank you all for your C&Cs on my last upload - very much appreciated as always
Beautiful plumage and eye.. An I the resting perch, too, I wonder what it is!
That's a great capture of the Robin on a rather special seed head
I wonder how he is faring?
A fine shot of Robin against the blue (how unusual) of the sky and perched on an interesting seed head: very well done, Sylvia.
Great intimate photo, love the pose and feather detail
Wonderful capture and a great eye Sylvia
A splendid shot of this lovely little robin, he's a little beauty and is posing very nicely for you
Quote: Beautiful plumage and eye.. An I the resting perch, too, I wonder what it is!
The seed pod belongs to our New Zealand Flax or Phormium - a pointy, evergreen sword-leafed perennial that is employed as a focal point in a garden or as a plant specimen - it is several feet in diameter and more than seven feet tall. The seed pods do make super perches.
Great angle and pose. Delicate gradiated sky goes well and the perch is good too. TG
A cracking shot - good feather detail and eye and it shows up very well against the bg - like the perch too - a well deserved UA too
Nice to see you still posting Sylvia, hope all's ok in your part of the world....
Delightful - brightens my day no end, thank you
Beautiful image Sylvia - a perfect pose on the seed head.
Fab pose. Love it.
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