Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Subdued Robin


Robin ......Erithacus rubecula

16 comments:

  1. I like the way you captured this picture Trevor the soft focus does it justice.

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  2. Beautiful Trevor. Has a dream like feel to it.

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  3. Lovely and as Keith said, a dreamy atmosphere.

    Also loved the Blue Tit, the 'poser' and best of all Donald Dunnock, what a great name! ;)

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  4. By the way Trevor, I keep meaning to say, every time I see 'No More Curries' on your sidebar it makes me smile :)

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  5. I really like these guys, I see a lot of them in bushes near my house.
    It´s a shame that I don´t have a powerfull enough camera.
    Cool Blog.

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  6. The soft light makes this such a beautiful capture

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  8. Hi again!! Trevor, I see on my sidebar you have a new post entitled 'On the Rocks' but I can't access it, it just says the page does not exist!

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  9. Thank you Keith. I do like the pastel colours and soft focus but it is not often seen with bird shots. Sharpness is usually everthing.

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  10. Hello Keith (holdingmoments) Yes it does...a Christmas shot!

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  11. Hi SSB. Thank you for your comments ..I am sure Donald would appreciate it.
    The No More Curries shot was a little naughty but sometimes it does help to bring a little fun to a serious hobby.
    I am sorry about the On The Rocks post..it did exist but the more I looked at it the more I was not happy with it and eventually deleted it.

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  12. Thanks Steve.
    A little poetic license.

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  13. Hi bonequinhoda.
    A warm welcome.
    I am sure you will find a way...

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  14. Hi T and S.
    Thank you for your comment.
    I have had a look at your superb blog and would recommend anyone reading this to have a look.
    Great Photography.

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  15. Absolutely no need to be sorry I was just concerned something might have gone wrong that you were not aware of. Glad all is well.

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