Colour on a dull day

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  1. Fangman

    Fangman No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Lesser spotted woodpecker to brighten up my day. Testing higher iso settings.
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    Robin in the rain - a rare visitor to the feeder as can not really perch comfortably.
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    Goldfinch trying out a swing
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    made to measure perch?
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    Kock sparrow - - -spelling to suit filter!
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    And this sticks its head above the parapet! Kock Pheasant
    Clod -wet dull and miserable day - improved by the visitors.
     
  2. ShootHoops

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    #4 is my pick.
     
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    They're all a bit noisy, but still nice. I agree wtih ShootHoops, #4 is the one. Great shots.
     
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    All those different birds come to your yard? That's amazing! Nice captures all.
     
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    perylousdemon TPF owns my soul...

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    #4 is definitely the best of the series in terms of clarity (is it a Eurasian collared dove?), but I like all of them just because you managed to take them. :lol: The birds that visit our yard are very skittish. :|
     

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