Thursday, 5 March 2015

Treecreeper








20 comments:

  1. Hi Roy I see you caught the sun and these are wonderful captures. Can I say, you photographs deserve better than have them randomly scattered about as in the last shot.(only my opinion)

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    1. Thanks Margaret.
      Very kind of you to say so.
      I only add the collage at the end for an alternative piece of photographic art, but I take your point.

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  2. Remarkable work, Roy... as usual...
    Precious details in all the images...
    Beautiful sequence...
    Have a great day!
    Ana

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  3. third picture, the bird is really contorting itself to hoik out some morsels from the bark. Great pictures, really show how the bird forages

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  4. Great shots Roy as they don't stay still for long rushing up the tree, they are one bird that don't seemed to be bothered by your presence it's just spotting them in the first pace. I have seen quite a few this year and they are active at the park, I have watched the males ( I presume ) fighting.
    Amanda xx

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    1. Thanks Amanda. I don't very often see two together.

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  5. prachtig om hem zo een beetje te kunnen volgen.

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  6. Lovely treecreeperphoto's Roy. For me, they're always too quick (or I'm too slow, which is more evident ;-) ). I love the Robin in your header, he's so nice!

    Kind Regards,
    Marianne

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    1. Thanks Marianne. You should see the times I fail to get a decent shot of a Treecreeper.{:))

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  7. Hi Roy
    What luck !
    He goes too fast and I can't photograph. On day may be.
    Kiss

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    1. Thanks Nathalie, I was lucky this time./{:))

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  8. Roy, I just love tree creepers! They are too darned cute!

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  9. These are lovely images - I've never managed to get them in focus. It is a great chance to see close-up just how long and curved the beak is, for all that proddling into bark, and also the feet and claws - they're huge. Thanks for showing.

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    1. Thanks Jennifer. I get a lot of failures with these as well.{:))

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  10. A beautiful but very difficult to photograph bird:-)

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