Pheasant Shoot.

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  1. PlasticSpanner

    PlasticSpanner TPF Noob!

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    Not literally though!

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    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    Oooh! Colorful! Ya got some nice DOF goin there, too!
     
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    WOW!!! Wonderful colours on that one!!

    Is this a wild pheasant, and if so do you see them often? We used to see wild pheasants fairly often when I was a kid, but now the area is so built up that they have virtually disappeared.
     
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    well I'd never thought of you as a Pheasant plucker :lol:
    great shot
     
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    I'm only a pheasant pluckers son!!!.........:wink:
     
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    Boom Boom!! :lol:
     
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    Yes Anti these are wild if you can call them that. They are bred for game shooting but roam around the countryside freely.

    Now can you say the following ryme quickly?

    "I'm not a pheasant plucker I'm a pheasant pluckers son. I'm only plucking pheasants till the pheasant plucker comes!"

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    Heehee, managed my way through it! [How I'd fare if there was an audience present, or a stopwatch running, is another matter entirely!]

    [​IMG] <---- tongue twister
     
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    OMG Great Love the Pheasent.
     
  10. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Whoa. Those are COLOURS!

    There are two male pheasants feeding on the grass verge between the main road and the bike path not too far from here and I see them when I zoom past at 100km/h and always think by myself: DO stay on that grass verge, you two. Never venture any further onto the road!

    But I so far could never stop and take a photo.
    Fortunately I have so far never seen any flattened feathers on the road, either. They might have decided to go feed somewhere safer, after all...
     

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