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Bad pics of fab wildlife :)

  • Hahahaha Pudweena!!  It's clearly a flying haggis.  Well done for capturing the elusive wee beastie.  Snowman, yours are a treat!  I needed a good giggle, so thanks for keeping up this thread...


  • This is the first (photographed) visitor to my suction-cup birdfeeder - it's only taken them a year to figure it out! I think it's a Robin...

  • Sorry - photo adding thing not working at the moment but it can be found here: www.rspb.org.uk/.../74425.aspx

  • I am pretty sure that this is a juvenile Grey Wagtail. Correct me if I'm wrong!

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    Got the build up of these two Woodies almost about to mate and then this he he....Trust me this is 2 mating birds ha ha ha ha....

  • Ha Ha - yes will have to trust you Sheena:-)

  • LOL !!!! haven't had a look on here for a while, missed the last few LOL, brilliant Snowman, Nick and Sheena (looks like the shadow of a bloke with a long nose, sticky out chin and a flat cap on his head LOL ) cheered my day right up LOL !

  • Ouch Alan , I bet you were gutted. I know I would have been. Have you tried Neat Image on the originals ?

  • But not at ISO 3200 eh ?

  • Hey, I would have been thrilled with those Doggie!! If you reduce the dimensions they don't look too bad at all

  • Sparrow
    Hey, I would have been thrilled with those Doggie!!

    Ditto! Never even *seen* a SEO!!!

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    Sparrow
    If you reduce the dimensions they don't look too bad at all

    If you close one eye and squint with the other they look even better lol

    That's how I always look at things!

  • Filtered and reduced they're not too bad

  • These are good, I would put them up as my normal photos :-)

  •  Black Redstart seen at Durlston the other evening, 11.7.12, a 'tick' for us so excited to see it but wouldn't keep still and blowing a gale too.