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Glyn1 8 4 1 England
6 Jan 2013 8:35PM
Cracking capture.


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Dinky65 5 1 United States
6 Jan 2013 8:35PM
This is so sweet good shot.Smile
ali63 Plus
6 775 1 United Kingdom
6 Jan 2013 8:35PM
Brilliant shot, lucky you.
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strokebloke 9 493 17 England
6 Jan 2013 8:38PM
I stand, in awe, of people who have such an affinity with nature, that birds and animals will do this sort of thing (unnatural as it is to them and their survival) Do you take the shot with a remote control?

Well done. Thanks for sharing Grin
Trout_Man 9 1 30 Wales
6 Jan 2013 8:41PM
Fantabulous :

How the hell did you get the bird to do that? Lovely picture. Being super critical I'd get rid of the moving nut personally.
6 Jan 2013 8:45PM
Excellent! love it x
annettep38 Plus
6 218 40 Costa Rica
6 Jan 2013 8:46PM
must have taken a long time to achieve this shot!
RuthyJ 11 England
6 Jan 2013 8:52PM
Wow!! what a prviledge to be able to hand feed a wild bird. Beautiful , amazing shot.
6 Jan 2013 9:05PM
Excellent, looks well trained to me Smile
DerekL 13 191 24 England
6 Jan 2013 9:20PM
That is something to behold!
Bet you were wearing a camouflage jacket - lol?
Norfolkboy 12 1 4 England
6 Jan 2013 9:21PM
Cracking capture, Glen.
Rev2 8 302 2 England
6 Jan 2013 9:32PM
Trev_B 11 151 68 England
6 Jan 2013 9:51PM
Brilliant image Glen.

HELANA 8 United Kingdom
6 Jan 2013 9:58PM
This is a brilliant shot Glen, beautiful sharp,composed,colour, dof, the lot. grate capture.
tonyng 8 10 2 United Kingdom
6 Jan 2013 10:41PM
I am lost for words! This is amazing.
GlenP 12 2 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2013 10:03AM
Wow,what a response!

Many thanks to Caziwinkles and Helana for their user awards and to everyone else for your comments and votes it's very much appreciated.

I can't however take all of the credit for this shot, I was just one of a group of photographers/friends on the day that this shot was taken. Most of the credit must go to Philip Isom who's hand you can see in the shot, I was approximately 18 feet away. Philip has spent many hours feeding and gaining their trust, and as you can see they are unbelievably tame.

Kind regards each,

WillieH 12 2 Scotland
7 Jan 2013 6:49PM
Superb image, very well captured nice one made me smile.

Kind Regards Willie

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