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One keeps trying!

By Emilpix
As before - constantly looking for a decent Kingfisher shot! Advice to self is obtain 10k worth of kit, purchase and stock small lake and spend every waking hour there. Other than that, be satisfied with mundane portraits!

Tags: Wildlife and nature Kingfisher and alcedo atthis

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mikejmb 10 2 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2013 11:36AM
I think you are being very hard on yourself calling this mundane, I would be over the moon with it but I know what you mean. When you have equipped yourself - let me know!


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richmowil Plus
9 352 2 England
26 Jul 2013 12:43PM
Nice Image!! I like it a lot!!
26 Jul 2013 12:54PM
A beauty.

26 Jul 2013 1:42PM
Wonderful detailed image
Regards Brian
terryxc 5 7 England
26 Jul 2013 1:57PM
I must agree with Mike and i would more than happy to have taken this, I think its brilliant...

skewey 12 31 England
26 Jul 2013 2:21PM
Great capture.

Chinga Plus
7 3 1 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2013 3:14PM
It's a wonderful image! Grin
Well done you... IB
stunning shot lovely colours and good dof. christineGrinGrinGrinGrin
dave1967 6 4 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2013 7:19PM
Cracking shot
DerekL 13 191 24 England
26 Jul 2013 8:30PM
Great image.
Is 10k of equipment going to make so much difference, don't think so.

JuBarney 7 26 3 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2013 10:04PM
Superb shot, nothing mundane.
I thought photography was meant to be fun and not to be taken too seriously!
28 Jul 2013 10:30AM
Thank you for your comment Ju. You are spot on regarding photography and deriving pleasure from it rather than being too serious but when presented with beauty in the form of nature and its wonders it seems a disservice not to represent it as well as one can when it is encountered.

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