Sunday, 17 March 2013

A Robin Delight

'WARNING'
This post is strictly for those viewers who like Robins.{:))


Lumix GH3. 35-100mm lens. 1/320 at f2.8 - 100mm(200). ISO200

Lumix GH3. 100-300mm lens. 1/500 at f5.6 - 300mm(600). ISO1250



Lumix GH3. 100-300mm lens. 1/500 at f5.6 - 300mm(600). ISO1250.



Lumix GH3. 100-300mm lens. 1/640 at f5.6 - 300mm(600). ISO200.










24 comments:

  1. I confess to being a Robinophile! (-: Some great shots. I love the one where he's shouting his head off!

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  2. Excellent set of images Roy. I never tire of seeing (or taking!) images of these wonderful little 'sitters'!...[;o)

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  3. I always like YOUR robins, Roy!! This series of photos is just beautiful. I hope someday to travel to your little corner of the world and add one to my lifelist!

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    1. Thanks Karen, they are quite easy to find.{:))

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  4. Hey Roy...Who doesn't love this adorable little bird..are you kidding ; )
    They are all wonderful , but the ones I like is the in flight, and the yawning or mouth gaping for some reason !! They are not the usual ones we see of the Robin!!
    Beautiful shot's : )
    Grace

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  5. And who doesn't like Robins Roy?! Love the one with his wide open bill, belting out his song!
    J
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  6. A lovely collection Roy. Who could resist our pretty little Robin and they are so much more accommodating than a lot of birds.

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  7. Beautiful collection of photos as always Roy, though I particularly like the one of the Robin singing in the sunshine :-)

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  8. Yes, I like robins. I know they can be nasty, aggressive, stroppy little beasts, but they are very appealing to this human.

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  9. I like Robins;
    I love Robins;
    Robin's my favourite bird;
    Robins are great;
    Robins are cool;
    Robins are cute;
    Robins are smart;
    Robins are lovely and so are your pictures!

    Marianne

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    1. Thanks Marianne, I think I got the message.{:))

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  10. Roy, you must get close to 10,000 hits when you post pictures like this of this wonderful bird! Love the shot with its beak wide open! all are cute and adorable! I don't know how you stand that much cuteness! It's almost overwhelming from this side of the computer screen! ;-)

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    1. Thanks Kathie, I know its one of your favourites. I you ask anyone in UK who knows nothing about birds to identify it, they always know its a Robin.{:))

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  11. I love love your robins, so much prettier than my old robins...I wonder how we can get them to come here!!! Great shots from that camera lens especially as you are out at 300 but it looks more like 600 to me.

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    1. Thanks Nora, 300mm in micro four thirds does actually mean 600mm in standard DSLR terms.

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  12. The robin remains one of the most beautiful birds to photograph. So beautiful this series again. You have some really great blogs with a variety of different beautiful birds. Compliments ..

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