Saturday, 23 November 2013

Robin

Quite a switch from the last entry about the Great Grey Shrike to one of our common species.
Everyones favourite the Robin, is beginning to show out in the open now and has lost its scruffy summer brood rearing appearance. 







18 comments:

  1. Lovely clear photos Roy. My local Robin sits on a branch near my back door and nearly deafens me every day.

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  2. Prachtig Roy om het roodborstje er zo mooi op te zetten.

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    1. Yes they are Keith and we should see them better now that the leaves have fallen.

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  4. Don't they just look so cheeky and determined? Yet trying on the innocent look...

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    1. Yes they are cheeky little So in so's Helena.{:))

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  5. Hi Roy. I love Robins and how we can get quite close to them. I have one in the garden.

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    1. They make interesting subjects for photos Margaret.

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  6. Hey Roy... Very clear sharp shot's of the cutie, his colors are real nice !!
    The second one he looks like he is holding his ground in determination!!

    Grace

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  7. It's always a pleasure to see these little characters Roy, whether it's to charm us with a song or to 'tick' us off!
    And they're always good for a photo opportunity as shown in these lovely images...[;o)

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  8. Chorus ... very nice Roy, and perfectly captured again. Especially the singing robin I find beautiful!

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  9. ...love all these shots of my favorite European bird!

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    1. Thanks Kelly. More to come I expect.{:))

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