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nglen 8 42 1 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2009 9:08PM
Fantastic what luck to see all of them. Great colours and detail.
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bailey73 Plus
12 357
22 Aug 2009 9:08PM
Great shot and very lucky to see 4.. Im still trying to find my first one.. well done
22 Aug 2009 9:12PM
A beautiful shot. Must have taken ages to get it. Very well done.
Adderwatcher 6 60 19 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2009 9:14PM
Amazing shot, four on on branch! Fantastic.
Scott
PinkK 6 80 1 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2009 9:15PM
I havent ever seen 1...but 4, amazing, what a great shot!
Kaleena
22 Aug 2009 9:16PM
You lucky thing, I would just love to see this.
vanda
22 Aug 2009 9:18PM
Well, that's what I call luck, but with plenty of aptitude ! Well done indeed. (So jealous, as I can't even find one).

Chris
Trout_Man 7 1 30 Wales
22 Aug 2009 9:24PM
Excellent capture, I cannot remember ever seeing one !
Geoff.
KBan 11 488 4 England
22 Aug 2009 9:25PM
is this real or manipulated ?
keith
shandoor 7 1 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2009 9:28PM
Wow a beautiful image wow how lucky I only want one
Alexa
Four you lucky sod lol,
Amazing shot well captured.
Dave
pluckyfilly Plus
9 350 33 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2009 10:20PM
cracking shot a dream for any wildlife photographer
22 Aug 2009 10:21PM

Quote:Is this real or manipulated ?
keith




I would love to know this to never seen that many together but fair play if you did well done
EMJAYCEE Plus
7 9 10 England
22 Aug 2009 10:34PM
You lucky so and so - I can't find one. A very lovely shot.
Joan.
Sampics 7 6 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2009 10:38PM
You lucky thing! Great catch, well done.
sam.
Mynett 7 142 6 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2009 11:12PM
wow

linda
Mounters 9 85 2 England
22 Aug 2009 11:22PM
Amazing, still waiting for my first!
skewey 10 31 England
23 Aug 2009 5:05AM
Great capture
Paul
James_C 6 36 56 United Kingdom
23 Aug 2009 7:27AM
Well done - I've never seen four before, only ever one and that fleetingly.

James
Steve_S Plus
10 180 3 United Kingdom
23 Aug 2009 12:15PM
Great capture, well done
Steve
23 Aug 2009 2:17PM
Hi Kaz, i would never dream of manipulating any shot - everything that i do is in the wild - i sometimes set things up but that is so the picture is cleaer - but i never remove any thing from its own habitat. I have shots of Kingfishers in two's, threee's and four's as i have developed my own hides and work in a areas where i have good access to my own river, ponds and woods. Thank you all for your comments.
dwoody 7 United Kingdom
23 Aug 2009 3:26PM
Nice one Mr Fell
Woody
23 Aug 2009 3:39PM
great grouping of the the little beauties
phil
gingerdelight 9 298 11 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2009 2:18PM
Wow, what a shot! Excellent detail, beautiful colours, this has everything!
x Carol x

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