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Old 07-07-2006, 16:11   #161
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Yea the wilder pigeons look nice, the city ones can look like nuclear bomb victims with awful growths and parts missing, its like a pigeon zombie film.
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Old 09-07-2006, 10:36   #162
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Took a visit to a zoo yesterday, heres a collection of pics

Elephant


Hippo


Rhino


Giraffe


Turtle love


Otter


Penguin


Flamengo


Any comments welcome!

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Old 14-07-2006, 15:21   #163
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Coot With Chick

Just one to revive the thread


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Old 14-07-2006, 19:31   #164
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Aww, it's learning how to preen.
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Old 14-07-2006, 20:36   #165
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Here's one from my back garden, nearly my photo-a-day for today but I went for a starling shot instead (hard to pick between them though - I'm beginning to prefer this shot now!):

Sitting on the fence
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Old 14-07-2006, 23:39   #166
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Very nice fozzy - oddly enough, I got some of starlings today too;

Starling #3

is my favourite.
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starlings - grrr, ********

They're the bully of the garden, kicking all the little birds off the birds feeders and using my water "feature" as a bath splashing all the water out of the container. Damn things
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Old 15-07-2006, 09:33   #168
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Does anyone recognise this?

I snapped it this morning on my seed feeder - I'm guessing it's a juvenile tit of some kind...

What is this?

Edit - saw the back of it properly just now - I think it's a young Coal Tit, as it has the white stripe on the back of it's head.

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Certainly has a strong coal tit look to it. Mmm... seeds!

Here's a pigeon from Ipswich marina last weekend:

Suffolk pigeon

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Some of my results from a trip to Marwell today with robgallop & Radiohead

















A few more in my Flickr Stream

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Old 15-07-2006, 17:48   #171
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Some from Marwell today









I theme these "Texture"







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Great timing chaps.
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Greyjackal I like number 3 and number 1 from Radiohead.

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We watched him get in it and once he was there his face just says "What?"
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Some from me ...








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Still got some to process from today; all the ones i've done so far on the gallery: http://gallery.tickett.net/categories.php?cat_id=95
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Love your 'texture' shot RH

Took 20-30 shots trying to get this dragonfly in flight, with plenty of 'sky' shots. Started of zoomed in at 400mm trying to follow it, but failed miserably. Then went back to 100mm (on a Canon 100-400mm L) and just pointed the camera in the general direction. This isn't brilliant, but if you've ever tried this, you'll know how difficult it is!!

Brown Hawker in Flight ...

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