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Percy - Vera - nce ...

... it only took 2 hours and 11 minutes for the little blighter to come out where I could catch itSmile
At last! I was concentrating so much on the left one the other one isn't really focused enough but I am still quite pleased with it.
(Large really is the way to go with this one Wink)

EDIT: have just added the left bird sitting on another twig a few minutes later to try and see if it was a juvenile, can't find a full on shot just yet.

The only info I can find at the moment:-
Dappled shade
exp. normal
metering centre weighted av.
exp time 1/640

What should I have been on for this type of shot to improve my chances of a repeat?

Tags: General Robin Bird Feeding Wildlife and nature

Voters: Terry L, andypitstop, perribrooks and 65 more

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andypitstop 13 90 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2008 6:20PM
Well caught ,great shot ...Andy

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12 Apr 2008 6:26PM
Brilliant shot, very well captured.

12 Apr 2008 6:26PM
Clearly your patience paid off. Good work!
Shroomer 11 14 167 England
12 Apr 2008 6:39PM
I'd have been on the Brandy celebrating. Typical guy feeding the wife shot
What a great capture
ketch 10 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
12 Apr 2008 6:41PM
Worth waiting for - a classic shot - Quite amazing early too for a fledgling - so I recon could be feeding the mate perhaps?

Like the presentation too
12 Apr 2008 6:41PM
Great capture in did. Fantastic scene.
mollsgran 11 1 England
12 Apr 2008 6:45PM
Great shot. Saw the same thing yesterday were two robins that I have seen meny times. Suddenly feed each other
casson 12 3 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2008 6:54PM
Cracking shot, so natural
GlynnisFrith 11 23 3 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2008 6:56PM
No wonder your pleased with it I would be
nice one
ringyneck 11 315 18 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2008 7:00PM
Fantastic shot.
It IS a Male and Female.
Just like some Hedge Sparrows I watched the male flutters the wings while feeding the mate.
I like the blurred wings,it gives some movement and drama to the pic.
Improve your chances....were you using the sequential shooting mode..I would.
I love the brightness and clarity and the differing breast colours.All birds have variations to the colours and don't conform to the bird-book descriptions.

TonyFrith 11 3 6 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2008 7:08PM
superb , your bird shots get better & better you will soon get a HC at this rate , hope so for you
mark1309 11 13 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2008 7:34PM
V1 is superb, well caught,
lammie 13
12 Apr 2008 7:56PM
Two nice captures. Version one is a cracker.
fatmod 11 22 England
12 Apr 2008 8:02PM
absolutely superb
CarolG 11 199 20 Greece
12 Apr 2008 8:04PM
Two absolute crackers, Bev. Carol
pamelajean Plus
12 1.1k 2023 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2008 8:08PM
So charming, love it. Well worth the wait.
goso 11 2 1 Australia
12 Apr 2008 8:13PM
Two beauties Bev - well done........Bill
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1929 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2008 8:23PM
Two absolutely beautiful shots, pictures with character and interest and a story.
MrsS 11 4.5k 18 England
12 Apr 2008 8:42PM
Superb capture Beverley, well worth the wait IMHO, but then again it wasn't me who was sat there! Wink

Fran x
12 Apr 2008 9:01PM
Brilliant !!!!. One of the best, no the best, robin shot Ive seen on here - hats off to you
CAI_Images 11 54 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2008 9:10PM
fantastic shot!
amazingly timed!

brownsilent 11 7 2 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2008 9:19PM
Lovely! What a caring pal!
audi_db 11 8 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2008 9:42PM
Worth the wait and the result is excellent.
mars 10 England
12 Apr 2008 10:08PM
Oh Bev....what amazing results you have got for being so patient.
User_Removed 11 16 England
12 Apr 2008 10:44PM
These are wonderful captures Bev. Definitely not a juvenile. During the courting, mating and breeding season the female asks to be fed and you really portrayed it beautifully here.
banehawi Plus
14 1.8k 3893 Canada
12 Apr 2008 10:46PM
Both are excellent images.

Herge88 11 40 4 England
12 Apr 2008 11:26PM
Version one is simply superb, your patience has certainly been rewarded.

Best Matt
TyChee 13 275 1 United States
13 Apr 2008 2:17AM
Wonderful capture.
peterboyce 10 1 England
13 Apr 2008 8:48AM
fantastic shot
norton 14 6 United Kingdom
13 Apr 2008 11:46AM
Excellent capture,well timed..............

Soom 13 1 England
13 Apr 2008 2:37PM
Excellent image Bev, well worth the wait!

PS. Thanks for my birthday message, I had a great day!
13 Apr 2008 6:07PM
This is absolutely fab! Well done.
AlanC1 11 1 England
13 Apr 2008 8:05PM
Superb capture
MandsH 11 England
14 Apr 2008 11:46PM
Wonderful shot
BEVZED 11 1.1k United Kingdom
15 Apr 2008 10:25AM
Wow! Thank you all so muchSmile
I am really suprised at the response, I am so grateful to you all for the encouragement.
Thank you also John for your award, brightened up my day no endSmile
Dotrob 12 Wales
15 Apr 2008 9:14PM
Amaxing capture.
Hop-A-Long 11 52 1 England
16 Apr 2008 9:10PM
Excellent shot.
Nick_w Plus
11 4.3k 99 England
18 Apr 2008 1:08PM
Very nice capture

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