Monday, 21 February 2011

Woodland Birds

Well! In the last seven days here in the Lovely North West of England we have had about three hours of sunshine.  I was ready for it though with my hide set up in the garden and made the most of every minute.

Here are some of the results with a few from other recent sessions thrown in. I'm actually starting to make inroads into my huge backlog of images, although I'd rather be out with the camera.

Blue Tit
 Blue Tit
Tree Sparrow
Long-tailed Tit
Coal Tit
Great Tit


Tim James said...

Hi. Great shots. Lucky you getting those three hours of decent light Here in Norfolk, I could count on one hand the sunshine hours through most of January and February so far. I'd love to learn more about your hide set up, but also your use of backgrounds. How does it work? Once again, superb work. Tim

Bob Bushell said...

A lovely amount of birds from the forests, my favourite is the Bullfinch, they are so beautiful.

Springman said...

Wow! This is a knock out series. I understand the passion to be out on the hunt so thanks for taking the time away to post these stunning results. I guess that's what nasty days and dark nights are for. The quality and variety of your captures are brilliant!

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