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16 May 2005 11:18AM
superb shot, great DOF, lovely detail on the bird and the tree, the angle of the head adds to the photo. We have some in the ginnel next to the house - too fast for me.
Christine

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rf Plus
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16 May 2005 11:20AM
good shot well framed and good detail well taken click.
16 May 2005 11:26AM
Wonderful shot! Are you and Mr lazarro swapping lessons ? Your average 'click' rate doesn't reflect the quality of some of your pictures.
Kevin H
16 May 2005 11:30AM
Bags of detail, because of its head size looks like it was designed by Gerry Anderson lol. Great shot
16 May 2005 11:34AM
Stunning shot, beautiful luminence aught in the feathers, fantastic.

Tracy
solkku Plus
13 25
16 May 2005 11:52AM
Love the pose and the lightning. A brill shot! Clicked.

Paavo
leeg Plus
14 165
16 May 2005 12:06PM
Very good shot. Is this from a hide? Any tips at getting these birds? Everyone seems to have one of these except me!!!! Not for lack of trying!!!! Well done.
16 May 2005 12:48PM
A stunning shot with wonderful detail.I love the way the sun catches it on the head.Nice work!!

Fran
jan 1 Plus
13 12 Netherlands
16 May 2005 1:33PM
Hi John.
This picture is perfect captured.
Just checked your gear. Wow, Have you captured a part of the moon already?
Jan
Denise Plus
16 279
16 May 2005 1:36PM
Such nice work John. Not managed one of these yet. I think the next time we go out together you should be slightly disadvantaged by wearing a blindfold lol.
16 May 2005 2:16PM
Gorgeous little fellow.

Paul
17 May 2005 11:15AM
Thanks for all of your comments.

john
22 May 2005 11:34AM
Beautifully caught, lovely glint to the feathers and well framed with the branches.
Pauline

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