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rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
26 Aug 2013 1:18PM
That moment !! Cheryl.
Ron.

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26 Aug 2013 1:23PM
beautiful picture. great capture
hannahGrinGrinGrin
Paintman Plus
9 1.1k 177 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2013 1:26PM
An excellent shot. Kingfishers seem to half quite funny looking feet, not like a normal perching bird.

Alan.
Ted447 Plus
3 178 1 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2013 1:26PM
Fantastic image. TedGrinGrin
Richsr Plus
9 90 223 England
26 Aug 2013 1:43PM
Excellent details and colours and timing too
Regards Richard
26 Aug 2013 2:02PM
The little fish looks like its saying OUCH! What a superb detailed capture. Wonderful seeing what they do, and so close up...........Sandy
TonyDy Plus
7 5 2 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2013 4:08PM
Great shot, Cheryl.
Tony
Cheryl, Brilliant image, well timed and the colour contrast between the bird and lichen on the twig is superb.

Regards, Brian J.
JuBarney Plus
5 20 3 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2013 5:34PM
A splendid shot
Ju
csurry 14 9.2k 92
26 Aug 2013 5:43PM
Thanks all.

Thanks Sandy for the UA Smile
tomcat 10 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2013 6:21PM
All action wildlifeWink

Adrian
26 Aug 2013 6:48PM
Absolutely fabulous.
26 Aug 2013 6:49PM
Whoah!!!!.
What a catch......in more ways than one
richmowil Plus
7 310 1 England
26 Aug 2013 9:09PM
Nice Image!!! I like it a lot!!
dave1967 4 4 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2013 9:22PM
Superb shot
Dave
chase Plus
11 1.1k 246 England
26 Aug 2013 10:03PM
Great capture Cheryl.I like the way there is interest above & below the perch.Very good colours,lovin' that light bg.
fishiee 12 478 3 United Kingdom
3 Sep 2014 9:32AM
Super shot. The fish is a baby Tench which is actually a species that lives on the bottom rather than near the surface so I'm surprised to see a Kingfisher with one. I've certainly never seen a shot with one before so it's quite unique!

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