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Dunnock 1

By FeatherFriend
This shot was taken at 'Roundham Head' which is a coastal walkway leading down to Goodrington Beach at Paignton. I have looked in my bird book, but cannot identify it, so I am relying on you guy's and gall's out there there to give it a name. I think it may be a baby female blackbird, but have doubts, because of the color of the beak.
thank you all for your votes and comments on my 'Nile Crodile' (not a very pretty looking guy), I do apreciate your continued support.
VIEW LARGE IF YOU HAVE THE TIME.

EDIT: Changed the title since I was kindly informed that it was a Dunnock

f/5.6 1/320sec ISO320 FL400mm H/Held

Tags: Wildlife Birds Woodland Dunnock Wildlife and nature

Voters: Greyheron, Strobe, Steve_S and 68 more

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Comments


Greyheron 17 282 7 England
15 May 2008 2:00PM
Looks like a Dunnock...nice shot too.

Mike

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Steve_S Plus
13 181 3 United Kingdom
15 May 2008 2:01PM
Great capture, it looks like a dunnock to me
Steve
15 May 2008 2:06PM
Nice detail captured,
Fred.
FeatherFriend 11 38 217 England
15 May 2008 2:12PM
Thanks Mike/Steve, I'm learning.........slowly.
Geoff.
Shane136 16 63 United Kingdom
15 May 2008 2:21PM
Nice close up well taken

Shane
Scaramanga Plus
11 57 6 United Kingdom
15 May 2008 2:41PM
Wow this is great. Probably repeating myself but the feather detail is amazing.
15 May 2008 2:48PM
superb quality
proz 15 205 United States
15 May 2008 2:51PM
full chested little bugger eh, tack sharp capture as always.
Maiwand 12 3 73 England
15 May 2008 2:54PM
Fine shot Geoff.
Ron
GMKhamish 11 1 2 United Kingdom
15 May 2008 2:57PM
Super image of a Dunnock sometimes wrongly described as a hedge sparrow because of it's
appearance and habitat creeping around our garden hedgerows.
It's eye gives this I.D. credance which is quite distinctive and difficult to photograph sharp.
Artois 13 405 1 United Kingdom
15 May 2008 3:09PM
Another strong well detailed and nicely presented shot.
dianah 12 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
15 May 2008 3:44PM
He is so plumptious ! A fabulous capture..I always admire anyone who can get a shot of bird with all the detail. They just fly away when I try!
Di
bricurtis Plus
14 2.3k 50 England
15 May 2008 3:57PM
Outstanding plumage detail in this Dunnock image. Terrific capture.
Brian.
whiteswan01 11 13 England
15 May 2008 4:11PM
great shot nice colour well spotted Dawn
pluckyfilly 13 351 33 United Kingdom
15 May 2008 4:13PM
really good detail and superb shot
gary_d 11 576 13 Wales
15 May 2008 4:19PM
Lovely shot like the branches framing the bird. - gary
Bob_V 11 1 2 United States
15 May 2008 4:30PM
What great work.
Bob
taggart Plus
15 47 13 United States
15 May 2008 5:45PM
Outstanding in detail and sharpness, but what takes this image one step farther is the skillful use of selective focus, ---the foreground features are in sharp focus , the background is oof while adding interest and depth!

Jennnnnn
15 May 2008 6:05PM
Lovely shot Geoff, the detail is 1st class.
Chris
Dugud 11 United Kingdom
15 May 2008 7:13PM
Wonderful detail.
Steve
tigertimb 11 40 66 United Kingdom
15 May 2008 7:27PM
Great shot Geoff, nicely exposed against that sky and I love the puffed up pose
Tim
Paul_cats 13 61 22 Scotland
15 May 2008 7:30PM
Have an RC on me. Superb detail in this capture. Well done.
Paul
audi_db 12 8 United Kingdom
15 May 2008 7:51PM
Nice composition and detail in the feathers, the lighting is just right.
helenlinda Plus
12 366 22 United Kingdom
15 May 2008 8:19PM
Spot on focus and detail
Helen
janty66 12 3 England
15 May 2008 8:31PM
cracking shot...
rmr 12 1 Wales
15 May 2008 8:45PM
superb detail and composition
mark
RubberBullets 18 1 6 United Kingdom
15 May 2008 10:06PM
Another superb shot Geoff, very well done.

Tim
SurreyHillsMan 11 27 2 England
15 May 2008 10:30PM
A chilly Dunnock at that Geoff!...great shot
Pegon 14 78 1 England
15 May 2008 11:23PM
A belting capture, superb detail.
Pete.
pamelajean Plus
13 1.2k 2084 United Kingdom
15 May 2008 11:44PM
Beautifully sharp, and I like the light-coloured blurred background, it does a lot for the overall look.
photophantom 11 108 3 Philippines
16 May 2008 12:38PM
He looks cold Geoff. Well done.
Dennis
gerrymac 12 10 1 United Kingdom
16 May 2008 2:39PM
Super detail and pose,cant remember ever seeing one so cant help.
Gerry
User_Removed 11 78 1 United Kingdom
16 May 2008 4:29PM
Sorry I missed This Geoff. Good capture great colour and detail

Dave
Rylands 11 1 2 United Kingdom
16 May 2008 7:23PM
Superb image Geoff - any sharper and you would cut yourself
Ray
piccy 13 8 Wales
16 May 2008 7:56PM
It looks really ruffled - such a lovely shot.
Freda
16 May 2008 7:58PM
really awesome shot
Shroomer 12 14 167 England
16 May 2008 9:15PM
Lovely sharp detail Geoff, as said earlier on a Dunnock always look for the chestnut eye.
Great fluffy capture
Richard
FeatherFriend 11 38 217 England
16 May 2008 9:52PM
My thanks to everyone for your votes and comments, I am extremely grateful for your kind support.
Geoff.
digiray63 12 4 United Kingdom
16 May 2008 11:08PM
Great shot, nice detail and bright bg.
Ray
OAKEY 11 United Kingdom
17 May 2008 2:10PM
Lovely shot and lovely detail, its all very well done. Shaun
MandsH 12 England
17 May 2008 6:04PM
Superb shot great detail
Mandy
norton 15 6 United Kingdom
17 May 2008 8:12PM
Superb capture Geoff,excellent detail................

Tony.
17 May 2008 8:27PM
It must have been cold for it to puff up like that great photo well spotted.kaz
peterboyce 11 1 England
17 May 2008 11:50PM
cracking picture....peter
baxster 11 England
18 May 2008 12:10PM
another lovely detailed shot geoff.
ian
fatmod 13 22 England
18 May 2008 7:48PM
superb capture
brownsilent 12 7 2 United Kingdom
22 May 2008 10:51PM
This picture makes a quite inconspicious looking bird very attractive! Fluffy feathers, a lovely pose and great focus,
Johanna


PS. Thank you for your kind comment on my frogs, I really do appreciate it, as I consider you being a specialist in wildlife photography.

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