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Wow Doom Bringer your bird photography skills are out of this world! They're amazing! I particularly love the one of the Crow:

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Fantastic!

 

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28726528102_ce4f3ee935.jpgdragonflies mating common Hawkers, Aeshna juncea. (6) by Simon Dell Photography, on Flickr

 

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28954235066_92c0ba1bab.jpgCommon Darter Sympetrum striolatum (6) by Simon Dell Photography, on Flickr

 

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28954376666_82c7fd8378_c.jpgkestrel (2) by Simon Dell Photography, on Flickr

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Amazing shots Simon!!

 

Here are a few from Endcliffe Park recently (Mandarin and Wagtail taken more recently) -

 

1)

32876290903_690b784c23_c.jpgMandarin Duck by rackhs, on Flickr

 

2)

33689692835_d0bcffe2d3_c.jpgMandarin Duck by rackhs, on Flickr

 

3)

32876300023_10ececb989_c.jpgGrey Wagtail by rackhs, on Flickr

 

4)

33689699155_eee638910e_c.jpgGrey Wagtail by rackhs, on Flickr

 

5)

33012402335_ce727ba26a_c.jpgBlack Headed Gull-3 by rackhs, on Flickr

 

6)

32195732513_171e070be0_c.jpgBlack Headed Gull-1 by rackhs, on Flickr

 

7)

32855675332_2e8463b049_c.jpgKingfisher-6 by rackhs, on Flickr

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Amazing shots Simon!!

 

thanks... the manderins always escape me . I do have shots but always at a distance .. was up at endcliffe last week and about all we spotted was a very close heron .

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I got a Sigma 150-600mm C lens last year and always take that down now. It is really handy (although fairly big) for the range.

 

This time with the Mandarins, didn't expect to see them about 30' up in a tree at the back of the lower pond! Surprised me! but did come down eventually :)

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