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18 Jul 2009 10:08AM
Super captures; wonderful eye contact in v.1. He seems preoccupied with the ants in v.2. Lovely shots. There is a recently fledged youngster round here but I haven't managed to capture him on camera yet.
Dave

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James_C 8 36 56 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2009 10:24AM
Great series - I think v1 closely followed by v2

James
18 Jul 2009 10:29AM
Such sharp and very clear captures.
Scott
redshank 8 1 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2009 10:49AM
Wonderful set of images
DOGSBODY 9 1.4k 30 England
18 Jul 2009 11:12AM
A cracking set of images all very well captured. Andy
m3lem 11 England
18 Jul 2009 11:15AM
Wow wonderful images, brilliant - well captured and well spotted
Andrea
18 Jul 2009 11:21AM
awesome set ! love em all
18 Jul 2009 11:22AM
Quality images, well captured
Chris
18 Jul 2009 11:36AM
Superb, lovely, well composed set of shots. Excellent colour and detail.
Steve.
18 Jul 2009 11:52AM
Terrific set,
Alan
18 Jul 2009 12:26PM
Brillaint set of classic Green Woodpecker images Andrew

Jon
HenB 9
18 Jul 2009 12:56PM
Nice set of images and wish we had them near me.
Harry
Maiwand 10 3 73 England
18 Jul 2009 3:45PM
Brilliant shots Andrew. This is a cracking good bird to capture. I am with you on version 1 but I must say I like the slightly tense attitude and pose of version two. I keep waiting for him to strike and get food from the ground.
Ron
18 Jul 2009 5:17PM
Wow!! been after these at cannock chase for ages, this is brillant love the light on him as after rain you get some beautiful light just after a storm, great detail well done


Craig
Shroomer 10 14 167 England
18 Jul 2009 6:25PM
I love them all Andrew, just cant and dont want to choose.
Such a shy bird and to get 5 as brilliant as these is wonderful
Richard
ringyneck 10 315 18 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2009 6:39PM
Brilliant X 5

Keith
Stace 9 2 2 England
18 Jul 2009 6:47PM
Great captures

Stace
18 Jul 2009 6:56PM
Lovely set of images. V1 great pose and eye contact.
18 Jul 2009 8:25PM
I
Think
Ron
Is
Right
teocali Plus
9 441 18 England
18 Jul 2009 9:15PM
What an absolutely superb set of images. Terrific detail, colours and plumage textures in all. ery hard to choose a favourite but I think I have to go with V1 - something about the pose, as he seems to be aware of your presence.
Sylvia
cassiecat 9 39 46 England
18 Jul 2009 9:19PM
agree with your choice, although v5 close. very nervy birds, only seen one once, it heard the autofocus beep (doh) and was off like a shot!! with one blury pic.lesley
Philip_P 12 71 1 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2009 9:21AM
Great series of shots Andrew
Philip
TerryMcK 8 71 2 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2009 10:01AM
Excellent photography with this fine set, Andrew. Each shot is clear & crisp & each worthy of a solo feature, in my opinion.
V1 but V4 a close second - love that dirt on its beak.
Terry
bricurtis Plus
12 2.2k 49 England
19 Jul 2009 10:14PM
For me it's V4 too- a little more interest with the dirt where it has been foraging.
20 Jul 2009 10:07AM
a superb series of captures andrew,well done.
ian
Gezina 11 3 6 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2009 8:18PM
Sickning Wink soooo envious of these shots - you've captured the caracter of this timid bird beautifully in these 5 shots and as for colour detail and exposure - brilliant - just love 'em all - Ina

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