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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 14 386 2 Norfolk Island
31 Dec 2004 3:34AM
Beautifully captured. Lovely deep colour and very sharp.


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teddy 13 12 United Kingdom
31 Dec 2004 3:41AM
This is pin sharp, good shot. ted
User_Removed 14 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 13 3
31 Dec 2004 4:55AM
Thanks for the words gents. Happy new year to you all. Gary
Amazing shot, so sharp, you should be proud of this one.
Well done.
Happy New Year.
jk 16 36 England
1 Jan 2005 2:39PM
Nice image, lovely colours on these birds.

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