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15 Oct 2009 7:53PM
Simply stunning capture,superb detail and fantastic DOF !!! This is a fabulous shot and well composed too...

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Wilmot 9 338 1 United Kingdom
15 Oct 2009 7:53PM
Cracking shot
Shroomer 11 14 167 England
15 Oct 2009 8:00PM
Such a shy bird and this is a stunning capture. The detail and exposure is first class
Karrol 9 29 England
15 Oct 2009 8:04PM
KarenFB Plus
12 5.0k 171 England
15 Oct 2009 8:04PM
Beautifully caught, their colours are wonderful. They are off at the first hint of movement, so you were very lucky to capture it. Well done!
stephenscott 8 8 2 United Kingdom
15 Oct 2009 8:05PM
great detailed image...

wonkers 8 2 United Kingdom
15 Oct 2009 8:06PM
Lovely picture of a very pretty bird.
colmar 10 42 35 Scotland
15 Oct 2009 8:07PM
Excellent image so well captured and composed thanks for sharing Colin
bricurtis Plus
12 2.2k 49 England
15 Oct 2009 8:11PM
Lovely colour and detail - nice shot.
woollyback 12 50
15 Oct 2009 8:25PM
Fantastic shot

15 Oct 2009 8:33PM
Excellent shot indeed

Alan_Coles 12 178 11 Wales
15 Oct 2009 9:39PM
How the eck did you manage to keep this hidden from us for so long??? Another stunner Bethan and was that the day we did the flight shots?
15 Oct 2009 10:32PM
Excellent capture,
16 Oct 2009 9:26PM
yes it was Al, well scince ive not been well i wanted to upload another pic and i thought this was nice
Morgs 9 20 62 Wales
16 Oct 2009 9:54PM
This is an amazing shot, particularly when you see what lens you used. You must have been really close.

Great shot Bethan.

A fabulous image Bethan!!
MikefromEbbw 10 69 2 Wales
17 Oct 2009 11:25AM
Yes it is a cracker for sure Bethan.
Quote:This is an amazing shot, particularly when you see what lens you used. You must have been really close.

Great shot Bethan.


Dave she was actually using my old 135-400mm but when she went to put in the lens details the PC chose the 35-80 in the drop down window.
17 Oct 2009 7:07PM
Oppsy my mistake!

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