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They are so well camouflaged aren't they. I really like this picture. From Findlay
Thanks Findlay. Yea, they're pretty good at being invisible at times.
Może się chwalić swoim dziobem, bo jest taki długi. Ptak ma śliczne zdjęcie. Pozdrawiam.Can be proud of his bill, because it's so long. Bird has a beautiful picture. Yours.
Well spotted. A good shot .
You caught a Snipe, I'll bet you didn't think that was coming, well photographed Keith.
It is a wonderful close up of the Snipe. I wish I could get that close. By the way, I love the caption on last years Pheasant photo. Very true.
This is amazing ... a beautiful, albeit, funny looking little Snipe. You seem to be very close or at least close enough to get great detail with your lens. Not an easy thing to do ... Andrea @ From The Sol
Hi Keith...Is this a Woodcock, it looks just like them,or at least that's what we call them here!Just love this photo!!Hugs Grace
Awesome photo. You must have had tremendous patience to catch this well camouflaged snipe.
Stopped by via Robin's blog.Using your quote on my blog in the rotating photography quote section. ;)
Giga, thank you.Thanks Adrian.Cheers BobAndrea, thank you.Thanks Grace. No, it's a Snipe. We have Woodcock here too, but a bit chunkier.Thanks Red.Thanks Andy. Credit it to 'holdingmoments'; thanks.
fantastic as always Keith. I think I have mentioned this before, have you ever thought about making a book about birds?
Thanks DoreenYea, the book idea is something I'd love to do.
What a lovely blog you have started here Keith, great idea and you have some fantastic images to start it off.
Thanks Roy.I just have to remember to update it a bit more regularly. :-)
Great shot. I wish I cold get this close to a Snipe!
Thanks Margaret. This was from a hide, so a bit easier.