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petebfrance

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It's a bit of a mixed bag here, but what the heck. Photos of various things including local birds and butterlies - photography fits nicely in with lifeSmile
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  • Moth

    Tony / Karen
    many thanks for the ID.
    • 29 Mar 2016 3:30PM
  • Blackcap


    Quote:Great photograph, I saw my first one on my birdtable today. Grin


    I first saw one in the garden about two years ago. A couple have started appearing more regularly over the last year. According to my book they don't come this far west in Brittany, so it looks like they are moving in!
    • 12 Mar 2016 8:13PM
  • Singing Robin - again

    Thanks, Chris, I'm never sure if it's just me messing things up.
    Yes, Robins are lovely. We don't have a large garden but there seems to be one that 'owns' each end.
    • 26 Jan 2016 4:40PM
  • Away From It All - Summer


    Quote:That's brightened my day 😆. .....seems sad that she's alone 😕

    Thank-you. She wasn't actually alone, though, so need to be sadSmile The (dreamy) hazy effect is from using the bloom filter in Photoscape - I'm rather pleased with it.
    • 15 Dec 2015 4:42PM
  • Song Thrush


    Quote:Not a lot about these days Peter - Well spotted and captured!!

    That's sad - we do occasionally see them but not very often I must admit.
    • 2 Dec 2015 6:59PM
  • Bangor Fireworks Display

    Great shot!
    • 29 Nov 2015 2:12PM
  • Butterfly

    Paul and Mike
    many thanks for the ID. Not one I've come across before, and the wind is so strong there (not exactly cliffs....) that I didn't get a good look at it. From the eyes (not sure if that's valid, really) I thought it might be related to the 'browns' and there are quite a few wall browns around there. Perhaps a Rock Grayling? Pity I didn't catch the forewing....
    regards
    Pete
    • 22 Nov 2015 7:57PM

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