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22 Jul 2006 8:56AM
superb phil
again love the pose and pinsharp throughout
hope went went well with the printer mate

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Steve_S Plus
14 181 3 United Kingdom
22 Jul 2006 8:58AM
Excellent capture. Nice detail.
Phoebecat 14 1 Italy
22 Jul 2006 9:39AM
Superb shot - love the way the bird looks up. I imagine it was chirping away when you took the shot
JohnDyer 13 72 2 England
22 Jul 2006 10:03AM
thats a beauty, such detail
skewey 13 31 England
22 Jul 2006 10:05AM
Great shot Phil keep on clicking
KarenFB Plus
13 5.3k 175 England
22 Jul 2006 10:26AM
A fantastic close up!
Glostopcat 13 255 2 England
22 Jul 2006 11:35AM
Superb capture of this lovely little bird, like the pose.
franm 14 11 Wales
22 Jul 2006 1:35PM
Lovely image, well captured
franken Plus
17 5.0k 4 United Kingdom
22 Jul 2006 4:10PM
Another stunning capture! Well composed and taken.

albi 15 68 1 England
22 Jul 2006 5:14PM
Nice capture, good clean b/g and a nice perch.
Tonyd3 15 1.1k 18 United Kingdom
22 Jul 2006 6:04PM
nice work Phil
taggart Plus
15 47 14 United States
22 Jul 2006 6:21PM
A well planned capture-- gorgeous colors, excellent details-- lot of hard work-- paying off!
mickf1 13 2 England
22 Jul 2006 6:49PM
Lovely pose, well taken image.
norton 16 2 6 Jersey
22 Jul 2006 7:26PM
Excellent shot,detail,clarity,colour,and composition are all superb.
Very well captured.....

Kool_Kat 14 166 United Kingdom
22 Jul 2006 7:46PM
What a shot Phil I never get anywhere near the birds any tips welcome
22 Jul 2006 8:28PM
Kath - My approach is get the birds attending an ordinary feeder and then put "My film set perch" nearby with an OUT OF CAMERA SIGHT plastic bottle top screwed to the back of the perch where I want the bird to be - I place both feeders near my shed where I have a removable window or feed regularly at Forest car parks where birds are used to being fed. using the car with cammo'net over the window as a hide. Camera resting on a bean bag. For bait I use peanut which has been ground in the coffee grinder - it's better than whole nuts and keeps them at the feeder longer. Hope it helps . Phil
daffydill56 16 190 United Kingdom
22 Jul 2006 8:38PM
A superb image Phil. I have never managed to get a reasonable shot of these lovely little birds.

22 Jul 2006 9:36PM
wonderful image. lovely details.
pcjackso Junior Member 14 7
22 Jul 2006 10:15PM
A beautiful image Phil.wish it was it
22 Jul 2006 11:01PM
A fantastic Nuthatch portrait, the detail is spot on well done Phil!!

pfairhurst 15 1
23 Jul 2006 7:00AM
Excellent shot
Gecko 13 25 Australia
23 Jul 2006 7:35AM
What a beautiful bird! Great close up, details,dof and presentation. Like it. Pam
23 Jul 2006 9:27AM
The light is spot on as is the composition, the colour and detail is very good it shows this little fellow in his environment very well, like the way you've caught him with is beak open probably signing away to a mate well done on having such patience, great natural shot, Adrian
23 Jul 2006 9:49AM
Lovely shot, deserves all the clicks.
John (-:
bricurtis Plus
14 2.3k 50 England
23 Jul 2006 10:08AM
It's a craking shot Phil. Nice to catch it with its beak open.I can see why it is one of your favourites. I love to see these birds coming head first down tree trunks and branches.

MickS 15 23 14 England
23 Jul 2006 9:12PM
Watcha Phil,
another excellent shot, well worth the trouble to get it, guddun.
pamelajean Plus
13 1.3k 2099 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2006 10:19PM
Excellent in every way.
tomcat 14 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
24 Jul 2006 5:47PM
Corking shot Phill....Keep 'em coming

Malc_V 13 England
24 Jul 2006 6:36PM
Wonderful image Phil.
Nice one.
AlanBW 14 20 England
26 Jul 2006 2:57PM
Great angle and superb detail
KBan 14 512 4 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2006 5:41PM
well caught, they are quick

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