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Sunday, 23 September 2012

Coal Tit


One from yesterday





8 comments:

  1. Sharp as sharp can be.
    Do the greens look a bit blue to you?
    If they do try setting white balance to shade or cloudy.
    Probably my eyes or screen or a bit of both.

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  2. Thanks Adrian. Yea, a little blue. It was very foggy when I took this and a few others.

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  3. I bet you took this early in the morning before the poor creature had a chance for a brush and tidy up?...lol.

    Super shot Keith...[;o)

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  4. Lovely wet looking Coal Tit, superb.

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  5. That's a great close up picture. I am trying and trying to get a shot like this, but keep losing our Coal Tit in the tree branches. From Findlay

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  6. Thanks Trevor. Spent the day in the garden yesterday just watching the birds here.

    Thanks Bob.

    Findlay, they move pretty quick and don't stay still for too long. If they come to your feeders, they'll usually follow the same route; just wait for them with your camera ready. :-)

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  7. This is fabulous! They look so much like our chickadees. Cute little guys!

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  8. Thanks Barbara. I think they're in the same family of birds.

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