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  1. On the weir at Whalley
    2 points
  2. a friend dragged me out of the house to help her learn to do long exposures....told me straight ..leave your camera at home so you can concentrate on helping me ...so being a photographer i put my little tz30 compact in my pocket before i left the house ..so we nipped over to broad pool and were treated to some awesome conditions...be rude not to take a few pics and i just love the colours this little camera produces in sunset mode
    1 point
  3. Thanks Cheryl. We have 3 Corvids that look similar, a Crow, Rook and Raven, the bird in the image is a Crow, Ravens are much larger and have a thicker beak, Rooks have a distinctive bare white/greyish skin at the base of the bill.
    1 point
  4. Here is a series of images where I started off further away from the spider, and then inched the lens closer until it scarpered! The 6th in that series is a crop though, just cos I can.... Plus there is a photo of the underside of a small walnut orb spider, and finally a house fly. All these taken at around 11pm... Paul.
    1 point
  5. A handsome chap Paul......I see that he...like me....has Lockdown whiskers.. Not the prettiest of things, but fascinating, and necessary... FUJI
    1 point
  6. Spot on focus on that heron's eye Rye ... and some nice detail caught with the light on the black crow ...
    1 point
  7. A day out at the nearest nature reserve, Brockholes (Lancashire Wetlands Trust). Some of these pics came out OK, but some due to distances and camera shake fared a little less well... Tufted duck Heron Sedge Warbler Large crop: Blackcap Great tits Reed bunting Male roe deer (camera shake included!) Female roe deer(s) Nuthatch Paul.
    1 point
  8. I agree with Geoff ... a nice change ...even if I mixed up my sedge and reed. Subtle stuff Rye to bring it to my attention
    1 point
  9. Ok Fogey ... what have you been doing with that last image !!! What did you clone out by the fence bottom left ...and what on earth is going on with that sky top left and the branches reappearing in mid air !.. I could go on with lots of bits in the middle of the pic but I think you've been getting mischievous with photoshop ...either that or you started before the sun was over the yardarm !
    1 point
  10. Interesting set Paul, not seen a Reed Bunting or Sedge Warbler before and a nice change from your macro subjects.
    1 point
  11. A smashing set Paul ... Love how you nailed the focus on the reed sedge warbler oops ...that takes some doing !
    1 point
  12. Thanks clicker xx. I love reflections. Had a weird reflection conversation on Saturday with a kitchen fitter haha....that story is for another day!
    1 point
  13. Well done this week Cheryl - a great image. Paul
    1 point
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