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DWW 11 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2010 12:48PM
Excellent capture
Dave
davey_griffo 12 213 165 England
26 Mar 2010 12:54PM
What a lovely shot. It's so nice to see a bird doing something, rather than just sitting on a branch. Well caught.
paulett 12 19 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2010 12:58PM
superb timing!
barbarahirst 13 27 12 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2010 12:58PM
That is soooooo sweet
I really love him
It is so good to see a proper bird photo
Glyn1 12 4 1 England
26 Mar 2010 1:02PM
Singing for his breakfast, lovely shot.

Glyn
CarolG 15 199 20 Greece
26 Mar 2010 1:03PM
Super timing, Keith, what a beautiful image. Carol
marco_delvalle1 13 46 1 Philippines
26 Mar 2010 1:03PM
Beautiful.
Marco
borrower 12 4 England
26 Mar 2010 1:20PM
He really is singing his heart out... beautiful capture.
Louise
pluckyfilly 15 351 33 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2010 2:13PM
fantastic timing a well caught shot, a little more off the top would enhance greatly
bunbeam 16 2 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2010 5:06PM
Rockin` robin, superb capture
bunSmile
TrevBatWCC Plus
13 13 19 England
26 Mar 2010 6:39PM
A stunning capture, Keith, excellent timing...and how kind of him to sing for you!
TrevB Smile
scoff 14 13 2 Ireland
26 Mar 2010 6:42PM
Great !!
Cheers...Paul
ringyneck 15 315 18 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2010 7:04PM
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26 Mar 2010 7:29PM
Superb timing in song !!
andylea 13 37 1 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2010 8:05PM
brilliant detail a cracking capture nice one Wink
andy
Gezina 15 3 6 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2010 8:32PM
Not everyone can get a serenade whilst waiting LOL - great shot - Ina
26 Mar 2010 9:49PM
Excellent Keith.
Tony
Ray42 13 3 England
27 Mar 2010 7:27AM
Great shot and perfectly timed - I can almost hear it singing
27 Mar 2010 6:24PM
Excellent - fine image.
Pat
DRicherby 13 269 726 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2010 6:00PM
Well composed and well timed but not really sharp. 1/80s is rather slow for a fast-moving bird like a robin and you're going to get a lot of camera shake at 400mm unless you're on a tripod.

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