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JamesT

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  • Birthday 15/12/59

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    Oxfordshire
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    Wildlife (mostly birds), Analogue.
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  1. Seems to be a problem with the tie-break poll -- I only see the current tally and not a voting option. (Also the votes shown does not match the total number of votes displayed as cast).
  2. Marsh Harrier

    That looks quite close by Marsh Harrier standards, at Otmoor they always seem to be in the distance as well.
  3. The End

    Those were just the windfalls (and mostly the damaged ones at that). There's a freezer brim full, plenty of plum & apple chutney and a couple of buckets to use before they go bad.
  4. The End

    A couple for the changing of the season.
  5. Sparrowhawk

    Congratulations from me too, the timing there is superb.
  6. Stop

    It always puzzles me why so many protests in non-English speaking countries carry placards in English.
  7. Rooks mobbing a marsh harrier at RSPB Otmoor.
  8. GOING AGAINST THE GRAIN

    I prefer the colour one (which is quite unusual for me), because of the contrast of the red band to the near-monochrome of everything else. BTW, the mono version looks almost othochromatic rather than panchromatic.
  9. Tree on the Thames

    Just below Nuneham House. Technical Info: Minolta X500/Minolta 35-70mm F3.5. Ilford FP4+, Orange Filter, Ilfotec HC 1:31 8:00 @ 20°C.
  10. Sunset Over White Sands National Monument
  11. Concentric Circles

    In the central region they transition into vertical fringes. They look like some kind of Newton's rings, but with a lens I'd expect that to be reasonably consistent (unless a cemented pair is just starting to separate).
  12. Rays

    Agreed -- but the back garden has a rather limited field of view in that direction, and anywhere further afield would have lost the opportunity..
  13. Rays

    I took this last March, but only noticed it as anything worthwhile this evening while looking for something else. Taken from my front driveway -- almost as many wires as you would get on the other side of the pond!
  14. Caspian or Siberian Stonechat

    Lovely image. I'm not quite sure either on the ID. It could be the siberian race of stonechat or it could be a whinchat.
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