Fortnightly challenge - May 15, 2018 - BIRDS

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1 week 1 day ago #716 by julie
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Well, I can't believe that this topic was not popular! Don't people love bird photos? So, surprise, surprise, I'll award the title to Brian! My favourite of his photos (all good) was the one of the kingfisher. I've seen all the signage about their existence on the marsh but have never actually seen one, let alone try to photograph one. Nice photo, good lighting, composition etc.....good luck picking the next topic!

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3 weeks 3 days ago #715 by Bri
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Kingfisher taken on the Marsh

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3 weeks 3 days ago #714 by Bri
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Red Kite, taken from my office window

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Goldcrest on the Marsh

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3 weeks 3 days ago #712 by Bri
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Grey Heron

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3 weeks 4 days ago #711 by julie
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Thanks Brian for picking my photo.
My topic is going to be 'BIRDS'. I'm sure this will be (hope so, anyway!) a popular topic as know people like taking photos of birds. I picked this as we have a resident pair of robins living with us it seems. They are extremely curious & always inspect our garden works. I'm not a bird photographer so am looking forward to seeing what you're able to come up with. To start, here's a photo of one of our 'pet' robins.......
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