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By Maverick
When I was busy testing new lens and capturing the Robin I posted recently, I thought it was about time to change my position and see if different species presented themselves. However, I did not need to move, only turn through a small amount to capture the woodpecker. I took about 10 shots but this is the only one without a finch or tit getting in the way.

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: snowman, John_Duckett, teddy and 6 more

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John_Duckett 12 386 2 Norfolk Island
31 Dec 2004 3:34AM
Beautifully captured. Lovely deep colour and very sharp.


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teddy 12 12 United Kingdom
31 Dec 2004 3:41AM
This is pin sharp, good shot. ted
User_Removed 13 17.9k 8 Norway
31 Dec 2004 4:46AM
Excellent capture Gary. Razor-sharp and 'up-close'. Can't understand why so few 'clicks'...?

Maverick 12 3
31 Dec 2004 4:55AM
Thanks for the words gents. Happy new year to you all. Gary
31 Dec 2004 9:46AM
Amazing shot, so sharp, you should be proud of this one.
Well done.
Happy New Year.
jk 15 36 England
1 Jan 2005 2:39PM
Nice image, lovely colours on these birds.

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