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Taken RSPB Radipole, Weymouth, Dorset

Amazing encounter with this little chap today. Luckily for me he waited until everyone else had gone before jumping up onto a reed about 15 feet away from me and giving me both barrels. I was fair intimidated I was!


Actually, I don't think he was angry, more just celebrating the glorious Sunday morning.

I was thinking if the wind drops I might get a glimpse of one of these. This chap duly obliged. Beautifully back-lit by the sinking sun.

Cley, Norfolk.

Larkspur / Rittersporn (Delphinium Belladonna-Hybr. 'Völkerfrieden')

in our garden - Frankfurt-Nordend - Large On Black

Panurus biarmicus


Are these not the cutest little birds around? Well i do think so, it's one of my favorite birds.


In the period when i took this picture i had a lot of things going on in my life so i never got around to sort and develop the photo's. It's so much fun too see photo's like this one after all this time. I might post some more.


I am being self indulgent again, love em.

Bearded Tits at Strumpshaw Fen

Many thanks to all those who comment on my photo's and/or add them as favourites. It is very much appreciated.

Bearded tit, Radipole Lake, Dorset.

no crop, converted to b&w, sharpened and added a vignette - simple :) this is the same iris that I posted to HBW yesterday now fully in bloom.

I cut the beard and it made me sad.

I am not a huge fan of taking pictures of flowers, but sometimes they are so remarkable that you must take note. This bearded iris in our back yard is one of a dozen that are blooming as I write,. But they are so fragile that the rain coming tomorrow may destroy them before they have had a chance to entice whatever creature it is designed to attract. The Peonies across the garden that was beat to a pulp by yesterdays thunderstorm, we can only hope that the rains coming will be gentle.

Very colorfull bird.

OVP last winter.

She said about my beard!

(untouched pic)

Face to face with a Bearded Dragon

[ e x p l o r e ] Tumbling water and fall colors collide in this quintessential New England autumn photograph. The great Ted Williams used to fly-fish here.


Bearded Reedling...Panurus biarmicus


Alkborough Flats, North Lincolnshire, England.

My beard. Red from Ireland, grey from being old, black from Argentina.

Hillsborough, New Hampshire


October 2008


Olympus E-410

Zuiko Digital 17.5-45mm f/3.5-5.6


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