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By Emmog
Hi all,

I haven't uploaded for a little while so I thought that I would upload another Kingfisher shot.

I haven't done much to this apart crop over 3/4 of a 12mp frame (!!!!!) and do a little sharpening.

I hope that you like it and all comments and criticisms are welcome

Tags: Wildlife Animals Kingfisher Lakes England Birds in flight Fisherman Wildlife and nature Bif Water ways

Voters: NeilWigan, JackAllTog, Lou_Pink and 5 more

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JackAllTog Plus
9 5.0k 58 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2010 9:29PM
Nice presentation Smile

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Lou_Pink 9 4 6 Northern Ireland
7 Nov 2010 9:30PM
Gorgeous capture, and very well presented

KarenFB Plus
12 5.0k 171 England
8 Nov 2010 7:01AM
Hi Matt, brilliant to see you uploading again! Smile

This is gorgeous, so well timed (I can't believe how sharp it is, these birds are just a blur when they fly!). Smile
Great capture!
MrsS 11 4.5k 18 England
8 Nov 2010 7:55PM
Great timing - nice to see that hint of reflection too Smile

Fran x
Emmog 9 38 1 England
8 Nov 2010 9:00PM
Thanks for all the comments. Really pleased that you like it. Karen, at the local nature reserve, there is a patch of open water where they usually fly and I, try to, listen out for the whistle although I rarely hear it!!
12 Nov 2010 9:03PM
Lovely shot keep up the good work
Emmog 9 38 1 England
13 Nov 2010 5:23PM
Thanks Mike.
22 Dec 2010 8:57AM
Superb shot! I find it really hard to get pictures of kingfishers let alone in flight.
Emmog 9 38 1 England
22 Dec 2010 12:34PM
Thanks Sam. I go to our local nature reserve where there is a hide that has a lake in front of it with a little stick on it that is quite close the hide. In summer, when the water levels drop, there is a shallow patch of water just below the stick where little fish hide out because water birds can't dive in it and big predatory fish can't get in. That is when the Kingfisher becomes a regular visitor to the branch and I try to photograph him (usually a male) when he is diving and flying across to the branch. I hope that helps...

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