Thursday, 8 April 2010

Fort Copse Goldcrest.


Goldcrest .......Regulus regulus
The Firecrest has left us but we still have a pair of Goldcrests.

14 comments:

  1. It´s a great joy to visit your blog, the pictures are very beautiful.
    Uwe-Jens

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  2. Nice colours in the image!
    The blurry branches frame the Goldcrest well!

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  3. A very nice image Trevor I agree with Ashley the soft background brings out the Goldcrest Well

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  4. "So nimble, and so full of subtil flame"
    Francis Beaumont 1584-1616

    You nailed it Abbot.

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  5. Like this treatment, all i get with these are empty branches.

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  6. Stunning Trevor.
    I can never get close to these; you make it look so easy lol

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  7. I don´t know how you did it, but I´m sure you didn´t asked him to stand still for a moment.
    All i can say is UAU !
    My friend, you are a true Master !

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  8. Thank you zeder. It is so kind of you to say so. I do appreciate it.

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  9. Thanks Ashley. A quick method was breathing on the lens. I do think it has heplped the picture somewhat.

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  10. Hello Stuart.You have done another Phoenix then.
    Nimble and quick ..I wil take your word for the flame bit ;-)

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  11. Hi Adrian. You and I in most cases..and I suspect most others. You really do need a slice of good luck with some of our smaller birds..they just move too fast.

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  12. Hello Keith.
    Well I suppose it is a lot easier for us who have them in our garden. Outside in the field you have to find them first and then hope.We pass the first and rely on hope.

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  13. Hi bonequinhoda (Portugal)

    Thank you for your confidence boosting comment...I shall cherish your view....but O I wish I was.

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