Cracking shots Angie, love the third one.Very interesting pose.John.
Nice post Angie. I love the song trush, it looks like it played with you... How can you get so nice pictures of oystercatcher. Over here, they are really laert and will fly as soon as they see human form and get the other birds to follow them... They are terrible...
I like the Song Thrush photographs...nice clean images. I think the birds feeding on the *Hard Rock Cafe* are fairly tolerant of humans..thanks probably to the woman who leaves the seed.
Very nice set of photographs Angie I remember that lady saying she was no good at photography who was she trying to kid
Thank you John. Typical Songthrush hunting worms. They pull up some big ones too!Thank Chris. Oystercatchers normally fly off here too on the beach, but these were on the poolside and I suppose they saw the Swans, Geese, Ducks, Coots and Gulls tolerating us, so decided we were not so bad after all. Mind you, when Trevor walked towards them, they disappeared sharpish!Thanks T. Maybe you should feed them too in future :-)Thanks Keith - It really is luck for me. You know I could not describe the settings I had on an image without looking - I just play around until I get something and the light always helps!
V nice as always
Lovely photos again Angie, I do love Song Thrushes, they always look rather delicate to me and their legs somehow look too thin for their bodies! Lovely little Marsh Tit too.
I'm slowly catching up :)Cracking set Angie, and the Song Thrush are real beauties. Love his stare in the last one.