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CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
17 Sep 2013 9:05AM
What a wonderful image, Danny, super capture. Carol

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Trev_B 9 148 68 England
17 Sep 2013 9:06AM
Lovely framing Danny...

Trev
termite53 3 8 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2013 9:10AM
Wonderful image....(all I've seen is a pigeon this morning.....)
viscostatic 10 34 5 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2013 9:16AM
Excellent wildlife image.

Phil.
Fefe Plus
4 23 31 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2013 9:29AM
Its amazing what a few nuts will atract DannyWink
GrinGrinGrin
Diane
fentiger Plus
15 916 23 England
17 Sep 2013 9:31AM
When I see one of these on a feeder I will believe you Danny. Great capture.

Albert
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
17 Sep 2013 9:54AM
Nifty bit of natural framing, Danny. Plenty of 'wildlife' in your last upload GrinGrin

Dave
17 Sep 2013 10:05AM
I am slightly green with envy.....
Never seen anything like this before......
And in your own backyard!!!Wink
PattiW 10 24 2 United States
17 Sep 2013 10:32AM
Super capture! Patti
danbrann Plus
11 616 17
17 Sep 2013 11:37AM

Quote:When I see one of these on a feeder I will believe you Danny. Great capture.

Albert



Sorry Albert. It flew onto the feeder and broke it. I must say I'm pleased it didn't deliver anything else on the way.
lonely_oryx 8 61 54 England
17 Sep 2013 11:42AM
Nice framing and poses. Judging by the sky, I would say these were taken in Turkey. Am I right?
danbrann Plus
11 616 17
17 Sep 2013 12:14PM

Quote:Nice framing and poses. Judging by the sky, I would say these were taken in Turkey. Am I right?


John this a Stork not a Turkey.................................however id does look like a Turkish sky....I suppose that's what we get with climate change.
Danny
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
17 Sep 2013 12:18PM
I had enough wildlife in my garden a few months ago Danny,with a barbeque I had.
And I have learned that tinned hamburgers are not really suitable for barbequeing !!
Good shot.
Mick.
CaroleS Plus
6 419 3 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2013 1:47PM
I suspect you must have had extra large feedersWink
Great shot!
EMJAYCEE Plus
7 9 10 England
17 Sep 2013 2:48PM
I'll forgive you for telling porkies Danny because the image is so good.Tongue Wink
Joan.
jdinne 13 16 England
17 Sep 2013 2:49PM
Wonderful Danny Grin

John
17 Sep 2013 3:23PM
Even a baby is looking down at you in disbelief. But a super shot Danny.......Sandy
mrswoolybill Plus
9 929 1463 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2013 3:30PM
Get these to nest on your roof and Haltwhistle will become the must-see tourist destination of the North...
Moira
danbrann Plus
11 616 17
17 Sep 2013 4:05PM

Quote:Get these to nest on your roof and Haltwhistle will become the must-see tourist destination of the North...
Moira


I suppose you have returned all sunburned.
I cannot get them to nest on the roof but I do have a rhubarb patch.................
A Haltwhistle Hen, I presume?

Dougie
JuBarney 5 20 3 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2013 5:50PM
A lovely capture with the natural frame.
Ju
pluckyfilly Plus
9 350 33 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2013 6:09PM

Quote:When I see one of these on a feeder I will believe you Danny. Great capture.

Albert

I am also being sceptical but its a great shot
richmowil Plus
7 310 1 England
17 Sep 2013 6:35PM
Excellent Image Danny!! One day maybe!!
saltireblue Plus
6 5.8k 33 Norway
17 Sep 2013 6:35PM
Atop your chimney with trees photoshopped in, Dan? I thought stork was a butter substitute...Show what I knowBlush

Malc
A nice bit of feathered relationships going on here Danny, maybe a bit of wherever I build my nest that's my home .
SlowSong Plus
7 6.2k 29 England
17 Sep 2013 10:16PM
Utterly gorgeous.
x
1 Oct 2013 11:00AM
I missed this wonderful image before. I haven't even seen a ladybird this year.

Harriet

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