Sunday, 3 February 2013

Just a Few More Robins














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  1. Another lovely set of Robin pics Roy :-)

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  2. A great selection Roy, always ready to pose for the camera, is the Robin!...[;o)

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    1. Thanks Trevor, its a good job they are at the moment as there isn't much else about.

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  3. Nice shots Roy! A gardeners friend in full view here, very nice! They are starting to sing for territory now and several fights are breaking out in the garden!
    J
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    1. Thanks John.
      They certainly endeavour to look at their territory.{:))

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    2. Hey Roy...why does your blog eat comment ???? Had one almost done, and poof it was gone!!
      The Robin is such a sweetie I never get tired of seeing them. The first one is my favorite, but the are all very nice!!
      Grace

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    3. Dont know GG, I don't understand how your comment ended up here.??

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  4. Great Robin shots there Roy. They're so helpful to photographers arn't they!? It's strange how some birds are so skittish and some not! I love obliging Robins and chats! (-:

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    1. Thanks Jen, yes and you don't even have to bribe them with seeds or peanuts{:))

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  5. They do seem to brighten up a winter's day.

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  6. Always a treat to see these Roy. A lovely little bird, and so friendly.

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    1. Yes and some are even lucky enough to get them eating out of their hand Keith.{:))

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  7. You can never have too many Robin photos Roy and these are lovely :-)

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  8. ...these shots are all so sweet. I always love seeing this little bird!!

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  9. I love Robins, they are the perfect cuddle bird and always willing to pose. You took nice shots, Roy. Did you use the Lumix and if so, which type do you own? Jpeg shots or Raw? Some shots are really very sharp indeed!

    Regards,
    Marianne

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    1. Thanks Marianne, All of the shots except the one perched on the two lateral branches were taken with the Lumix G3 an the Panasonic 100-300mm lens. I also have the GX1 in the lumix range.

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    2. Forgot to mention that they were all shot in RAW.

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  10. Pudgy little rascals, aren't they?? Great images.

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  11. Hi Roy

    What a lovely series of robins they are so delicate compared to our big thrushes.

    All the best.
    Guy

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    1. Thanks Guy, yes quite a lot smaller.

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  12. I always enjoy your Robin shots. Beautiful birds.

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  13. Hi Roy,

    I keep the robin find a beautiful bird to photograph and she may also wish to see. I also see the entire series but always something else to first place.
    This series with your robins is also really enjoy.

    Regards, Helma

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  14. Hallo Roy,
    Allemensen dat ik jou site nu pas ontdekt !!!!
    Ik heb al heel veel zitten bekijken en heb genoten hoor Bedankt voor het showen van zoveel moois ,Ik ga me bij jou melden als volger dan mis ik niets meer hoop ik !!!
    groeten , Annie
    http://anniezon.blogspot.nl/

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  15. Lovely set of photos, especially the first one.

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  16. Roy, I will always and forever love your English Robin! Thanks for showing it to us once again. You captured some wonderful poses and such nice lighting as well!

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    1. Thanks Kathie, yes I knew they were one of your favourites.{:))

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