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  2. CMunzel

    The 52 Project 2018 - Week 21

    Thanks Korky, i loved your autumn set.
  3. Denis

    POTW - Week ending 21/10/2018

    Again, well deserved Colin
  4. A nice set of images, the lizards are pretty cool....
  5. Ryewolf

    Great White Egret

    They do like very similar except the Little Egret doesn't have the yellow beak and they're quite a bit smaller. The first shot with the reflection is excellent.
  6. JamesT

    Great White Egret

    No problem. From a distance without size reference, it could be mistaken for a little egret. At first it was somewhat under cover so I didn't notice the yellow bill and was about to note it and move on.
  7. And a great big thumbs-up from me, too. I love these little photo essays of life down under. Korky
  8. colinb

    W42 21-10-18 colinb

  9. Korky

    Great White Egret

    Very nice - the reflection in the first image looks great. Korky BTW - I've put a bit of space between the two images - my tidy mind made me do it!
  10. Volunteered for the local vineyard's SOS call to help harvest a glut of Kerner Grapes ... a free cheese and wine lunch was the reward and in 4 hours, 16 of us picked over a ton and a half of the blighters.. and we had a great time enjoying some . community spirit in more ways than one ...
  11. Clicker

    Great White Egret

    Well James.... you couldn't miss that could you ... He was certainly not in the front row when the camouflage kit was being distributed.... Don't they have beady eyes? Really surprised at just how long their legs are too...
  12. A couple more from yesterday's visit to Farmoor. The fog had burned off by this time, so there's a bit more colour than for the grebe. The great white egret is mainly a bird of the eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea , but they do occur fairly regularly in the UK. About the same height and wingspan as a heron, but much more slender in build.
  13. My thoughts too. Just love the dogs.
  14. Thanks for a lovely resumé of your day out Dee... Jeez the food made my mouth water ..Great to see you two getting out and about again after your enforced stay at home earlier in the year ...
  15. Here we go again, same but slightly different. Korky
  16. Korky

    The 52 Project 2018 - Week 21

    And another week draws to a close. Some great stuff posted this week, so a small spoonful of kudos to you all. Dip your spoon in the kudos bucket on your way out and NO squabbling! Korky
  17. Korky

    POTW - Week ending 21/10/2018

    That one was the winner from the second it was posted. Great stuff! Korky
  18. KateW

    Moon

    Wow! I love this one!
  19. KateW

    POTW - Week ending 21/10/2018

    A good choice - well done Colin!
  20. NannyFerret

    A Little Night Walk.

    A lovely set. The have a magical look with the lighting.
  21. NannyFerret

    POTW - Week ending 21/10/2018

    Congratulations, Colin.
  22. NannyFerret

    And Another One.....

    I hadn’t noticed that they were shadows, Dee, but the detail on his skin is still lovely.
  23. colinb

    POTW - Week ending 21/10/2018

    Thank You Rye, POTW is always a nice surprise on a Monday morning.
  24. Kobione

    POTW - Week ending 21/10/2018

    Congrats Colin a very nice set that I hadn't caught up with, lovely pictures so well deserved for potw.
  25. After lunch cruised to another bush spot were we often stop and walk, and as we walked saw what we thought was a stick: On a closer look it was another Bearded Dragon. This one must have been young as it was only about 6 inches in total length: Enjoying the sun, as they do: Stopped on the way home for a couple of minutes to let these sheep go past us, some nice lambs in there, so nice to see: Finished off our day, at home, about 3.30pm with a nice coffee and a piece of Chelsea Bun: Nice relaxed day, but interesting to get out and about a bit. The Bearded Dragons are certainly on the move everywhere!
  26. Got to Dunnolly and visited the bakery, as usual, for our lunch: Mine was the Pizza Pie at the front, David had the quiche at the rear and guess who got the sausage roll! Ate in a nice shady spot - the early settlers certainly knew how to provide shade with these trees: Finished off with a nice coffee and a cappuccino and walnut muffin - shared: The Kelly & Brodie got theirs - do you think they knew what was coming!!!!!: We were watched by two nice Masked Lapwings - could only get this through the windscreen, otherwise they would be gone:
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