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PatriciaWilson 14 615 58 Greece
29 Feb 2012 5:28AM
Still trying to decide if this is a Goshawk or Sparrowhawk. Although it had just started snowing when the bird appeared outside my window, the feathers on the head are white.

Forgot to sharpen it, sorry.

Taken through my office window. Didn't have time to change camera settings so the houses across the village are a bit distracting in the background... still, I could sort that if I wasn't so lazy this morning.

Thanks for looking, P, X

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Ayoob 7 Australia
29 Feb 2012 5:56AM
Fantastic shot Patricia,lovely detail and presentation........Grin
29 Feb 2012 6:21AM
Super capture!
Andysnapper 10 109 25 England
29 Feb 2012 6:35AM
I'm going to guess Sparrowhawk, just because the beak looks a little small for a Gossie but its very difficult to tell for definite. Excellent shot by the way, especially through glass.

rontear Plus
15 8 8 England
29 Feb 2012 7:03AM
Apologies for wrong ID on previous image Patricia. Definately a Sparrowhawk ( female ) only ever see there victims in my garden !! A beauty.
bobsblues 8 10 2 United Kingdom
29 Feb 2012 7:18AM
Well captured Patricia a great shot .Rob
29 Feb 2012 8:08AM
Wonderful capture.

29 Feb 2012 9:37AM
Good capture Patricia.

PatriciaWilson 14 615 58 Greece
29 Feb 2012 3:05PM
Thank you all so very-very much.
Will get to catch you all up eventually, running disgracefully slow at the moment, driving me mad actually.
posty57 10 6 2 United Kingdom
29 Feb 2012 5:27PM
Wonderful shot, and quite close. Must be your charm Smile

PatriciaWilson 14 615 58 Greece
29 Feb 2012 6:07PM

Quote:Wonderful shot, and quite close. Must be your charm

Yes, thanks Barry, I think they go for half dead mousey critters, LOL!
DanielD 8 1 United Kingdom
29 Feb 2012 11:21PM
I don't know what is it but I like it - Good composition - it looks good in ''natural sharpness'' for me - good details and excellent b/g - well done


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