Wednesday, 20 January 2016

"Pleasant" Patterns
















26 comments:

  1. The feather colours and patterns are exquistie

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  2. So often we miss the beauty of female birds alongside the gaudier males. Thanks for showing us the intricate patterning which is not always immediately obvious.

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  3. The rich colours of the cock Pheasant are rather wonderful, whilst the ornate patterns are fantastic. It is so easy to overlook the common birds isn't it but your pics certainly show how striking pheasants can be if you take time to really look at them :-)

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  4. Pleasantly pleasing Pheasant photos!
    Beautiful birds to see...lovely images Roy...[;o)

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  5. Originales tes photos Roy :)
    Bonne soirée cher ami

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  6. It's nice to get a close view of wildlife normally seen at a distance. It really brings out the more subtle patterns.

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    1. Thanks John, its a good opportunity especially with Pheasants.

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  7. Hey Roy... Been having problems with commenting lately, you have had some good post.
    The Pheasant is a beautiful bird. Nice photo's showing just how beautiful there colors and patterns are.

    Grace

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  8. Beautiful images of the female pheasant, often not so easy to spot in the fields as the males are so showy, but they are lovely creatures close up.

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  9. Lovely captures of the pheasants Roy, their patterns on their feather are lovely, both the male and female.

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  10. Gorgeous patterns! I'd like to get a shirt or a jacket with patterns like that! (I'd say a dress but I rarely wear one anymore!)Hi, Roy!

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  11. Pheasant man is always very nice,
    but this time I'm going for the female pheasant.
    These have really beautiful photographed in brilliant detail in the feathers

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    1. Thanks Helma, yes the female is just as pretty.

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  12. The famous grouse!... And I'm not talking about the whisky... :-D
    Gorgeous colours and patterns!
    I love all the details!
    Another stunning work, here...

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    1. Thanks Ana, prefer a Single Malt.{:))

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