Monday, 30 December 2013

More Mr Robin (Redbreast)

Following on from my recent post showing Robin portraits, here are a few more of the bird that features  a lot on greeting cards, wrapping paper and just about everything else to do with Christmas.
Thankfully the Robin is one bird that provides something to photograph at this very lean time of the year for bird photography for most of us.

Lumix GH3. 100-300mm lens. 250mm(500). 1/500 at f5.4. ISO1250










21 comments:

  1. They're always willing subjects Roy. You've captured some lovely images here...[;o)

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  2. Excellent ! Yours portraits are very beautiful ! I love it !
    bravo :)

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  3. super Robin profiles Roy; I especially like the one with the catkins (what I think are called catkins) ..

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    1. Thanks Carole, yes hazel catkins, although they are not out fully as yet.

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  4. Prachtig Roy wat staat vhet roodborstje er geweldig mooi op..

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  5. More lovely shots, especially the sunnier shots :-) As you say Robins and other garden birds provide some welcome photographic opportunities at this otherwise quiet time of year.

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  6. It remains a beautiful bird :-)

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  7. Thank you Roy for sharing these lovely images.
    The top one and the sixth are my favourites.

    Have a good and 2014 in good health and with enough opportunities to go outdoors.
    Sjerp

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  8. A great series Roy.
    Very best wishes to you and yours for 2014.

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  9. They have beautiful colors and you really show them well here. A lovely bird...wish we had them here.

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  10. Surely one of the most appealing of all birds! Great pictures too!

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  11. Superbes clichés, mon ami le beau Titi, c'est le même ou il y en a plusieurs ?
    Le mien ne supporte pas la concurrence, sauf sans doute au moment de l'accouplement...

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