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davefolky 12 5 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2004 12:24PM
Fantastic shot, good focus and detail.
Spot on!

Dave

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digicammad 12 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2004 12:31PM
Another superb shot Margaret. Do you have a hide, or just a very long very fast lens?

Ian
brian1208 Plus
12 11.0k 12 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2004 12:41PM
Another cracking shot (through the kitchen window again?) Margaret. Beautifully sharp and nice colours / exposure. It looks as if it is leaning against the twig on its left - giving you its best angle Smile

clicked

Brian
tandav 12
25 Mar 2004 12:51PM
Excellent shot. We get one of these (and mate with black cap!)in our garden but I've never managed to get this close. Click
David
tandav 12
25 Mar 2004 12:52PM
Excellent shot. We get one of these in our garden(and mate with black cap!) but I've never managed to get this close. Click
kit-monster 12 3.7k 2 Singapore
25 Mar 2004 1:35PM
There seem to a lot around this year. Great shot, *click*

Edward
billma 12 119 United States
25 Mar 2004 1:45PM
Good one. I just don't get tired of good bird shots.
naturenut 13 1.8k England
25 Mar 2004 2:33PM
Thank you all and yes this is another thro the window ! I only hide behind the blinds with camera on a tripod with zoom at full stretch, plus 1.5x lens. The male has been in the garden all winter but the female only showed up a couple of weeks ago. Thank you once again.
Margaret.
IanA 12 3.0k 12 England
25 Mar 2004 4:37PM
Superb capture Margaret! Do you use any sort of polariser, or hood to keep out reflections?
Click from me,

Ian
Greyheron Plus
13 280 7 England
25 Mar 2004 4:51PM
I haven't seen one of these beauties in a long time Margaret.....what a fabulous image......with any luck there may be little ones later in the year...fingers crossed.
A well deserved click.

Mike
geegee 12 29 England
25 Mar 2004 9:40PM
Wonderful shot Margaret. Brilliant details and excellent use of dof. Worth more than one click but, unfortunately I only have - - ....
Click.

George.
Mari 12 1.8k Wales
25 Mar 2004 10:50PM
Well done Margaret - another fantastic bird capture and so sharp.

Mari
naturenut 13 1.8k England
25 Mar 2004 10:59PM
Thank you Ian, Mike, George and Mari, I have to take a chance and hope there are no reflections Ian because Fuji didn't put a thread on the end of the conversion lens so I can't use a lens hood or polariser !
Thanks again.
Margaret.
Mavis Plus
13 143 2 England
26 Mar 2004 6:32PM
Lovely work Margaret. Used to see these dear wee birds when I was renting a house while this one was being built . Now with so much building going on behind me I don't see half the birds I'd like to . I would be very pleased if I'd taken a cracking shot like this . click .Hard to get on my computer at the moment .Smile))
naturenut 13 1.8k England
27 Mar 2004 8:55PM
Hi Mavis, I take it that Paddy is still with you and has taken over your PC ? ;o) Hope you are both enjoying yourselves, and thank you for commenting.

Margaret.

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