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mrswoolybill Plus
13 2.1k 2239 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2018 6:49PM
One for sorrow...

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9 Apr 2018 6:54PM
wonderfully wistful
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2018 7:55PM
They're partial to frogs down here.
taggart Plus
15 47 14 United States
9 Apr 2018 7:59PM
An outstanding bird image-- shown as one will see the bird in nature, but also showing identifying marks and behavior---- Impressive!
Minty805 Plus
4 33 6 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2018 8:31PM
A very nice study, with great tonality. Allan
Daisymaye Plus
11 23 17 Canada
9 Apr 2018 11:46PM
They are a huge bird here and will eat everything in your garden. A superb image here Alan.
Irishkate Plus
9 42 118 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2018 12:02AM
Your eye for a good composition never fails to amaze me!
Kate Grin
BlueRoom 14 73 20 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2018 12:55AM
A very classy image indeed. A bird picture I actually want to vote for!

Eric
Nikonuser1 Plus
7 164 16 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2018 9:40AM
Excellent Alan SmileSmile

Cliff
gerainte1 6 44 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2018 10:15AM
much maligned bird, I always think. Love the shot.
TanyaH Plus
17 1.3k 409 United Kingdom
13 Apr 2018 1:22PM
Mystical and magical, foretellers of doom or delight. Not everyone's cup of tea as a bird, as you say, but I've always found them wonderful ... assuming you've followed the required safeguards prior to acknowledging their presence, of course ... Wink

"Morning Mr Magpie!" Grin
*spits on fingers, flaps them in the wind in a widdershins direction three times to counteract the bad luck and then doffs head in respect towards said magpie*

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Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
13 Apr 2018 2:50PM
Good eye! great content, great mood, great photography!
Isabel GrinGrin
15 Apr 2018 1:25PM
Our weather was like this yesterday and I never took a shot.

Nicely framed and cropped Alan, I didn't realise that they were killers, we have had lots of them over the years here.
Tha Magpies not the killers.

Dougie

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