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Hi all. here's a nuthatch taken this morning whilst waiting for Mrs kingfisher to show up.
Cheers for your C/Cs on my last upload.
Great work Keith .
Superb Keith, great capture so sharp.
Top drawer Keith,
So sharp - beautifully framed! John
Superb Nutty Keith, great pose, excellent detail & colour. Top shot.
Delightful Nut Hatch Keith.
great shot Keith, hope she showed for you
She showed Dan, but not on the perches
This one is right off the top shelf Keith. Superb.
Little beauty, such a lovely little bird, superb
fabulous capture Keith....
Love this Keith - super sharp eye - superb detail at the rear - a cracking bg.
One of your best.
Beautiful detail & catchlight Keith.
what a beautiful nuthatch, just perfect.
An image of the highest quality. Pin sharp focusing, superbly composed, simply 10/10
A little beauty!
A flawless image Keith, the detail, colours and clarity are all of the very highest calibre
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