Saturday, 29 December 2012

Waxy apples, Part 3

It's raining, no surprise there, so to remind us of what sunny weather and blue skies look like, the final few photos of Waxwings from a few weeks ago.





I promise that there won't be any more, not this year anyway!

18 comments:

  1. They've been giving me the slip all winter so it's nice to see some photos at least!

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    1. Hi John,
      I am sure that you will catch up with at least one soon. :)
      J

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  2. Those close ups are fantastic John.
    A really beautiful bird, and always a favourite.

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    1. Thanks Keith,
      I can't help but photograph any I see, or is that pretty obvious! ;)
      J

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  3. Great shots John, they have all but disappeared over here now, but been a joy photographing them

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    1. Thanks Gary,
      There are still a few around here, hopefully they will hang around for a while longer.
      J

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  4. Still beautiful.....and I'm still soooooo envious!

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    1. Thanks Jan,
      Remember, these are from a while ago, haven't seen any at all this week! ;)
      J

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  5. I`m sitting here marveling at how close & perfect your shots are.The waxwings have such beautiful shades of colors.Thanks for sharing!phyllis

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    1. Thank you Phylis,
      I wouldn't say perfect, but they are the best that I have managed (I think!).
      J

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  6. Perhaps some in January the John.??

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    1. If there are any around for my 2013 PBC list, I might take a couple of shots Roy! ;)
      J

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  7. Beautiful shots of a beautiful bird John.

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  8. Up to 50 near the railway line between Werrington / Bretton yesterday morning for around an hour. They didn't seem too enamoured with the few berries that were there and left... no sign today.

    Happy new year by the way.

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    1. Hi Dan,
      Been out of action the past couple of days, but will back looking for birds later in the New Year.
      Happy New Year by the way!
      J

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  9. Cracking pictures John. Still looking for them down here.

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    1. Thanks Mike,
      They have become slightly thin on the ground around here (for me anyway!), but hopefully I can add them to my 2013 list!
      Happy New Year!
      J

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