Just a look back at some of the better pics I took last year...
Banded Demoiselle @ Houghton Mill, 20.06.2004
Gatekeeper @ Woodwalton Fen NNR, 30.07.2004
William Tyler of Lambchop @ Leicester De Montfort Hall, 15.08.2004
Well, I like it...
Common Darter @ Bluebell Wood, 18.08.2004
Green Woodpecker @ Nene Valley Railway, 31.08.2004
Wheatear @ Orton Pits, 09.09.2004
Herring Gull @ Hayle, 26.09.2004
Wryneck @ Langtoft, 10.10.2004
Common Darter @ Gibraltar Point, 10.10.2004
Migrant Hawker @ Orton Pits, 23.10.2004
Gadwall @ Ferry Meadows CP, 19.12.2004
Teasel @ Summer Leys LNR, 27.12.2004
digiscoped photos taken with Nikon Coolpix 995 + Leica Apo Televid 62 with 16x eyepiece
Beautiful pics. I love how you capture the moment. Keep it up!ReplyDelete
Fantastic Pictures. I especially love the ones of the dragonflys, there my favorite insect.ReplyDelete
I enjoy detail in pictures. I really like the ones you've shot, highly detailed. Great job.ReplyDelete
I tried posting a comment earlier to congratulate you on your blog but I think I hit the wrong button somewhere so, here I am doing it again.ReplyDelete
good "of note" puts at least someone with a sensitive drive for not much besides life :) keep on :)ReplyDelete
beautiful images. I'm a budding birder and a newbie at blogging. I'll be subscribing to your blog. Love the main page too ...
I can see why you are this week's "Blog of Note". You deserve it!
Lived in leicester for 18 months, but never saw Lamb chop. Have you seen Ashdown? They are fantastic. They play regularly and the Charlotte and a couple of other places. The lead singer, Lee, is a friend/ ex-colleage of mine, and I bought their CD with me to Korea!
Beautiful Photos. You have been blogrolled. Keep up the great posts.ReplyDelete
I love the detail you capture in the close-ups. Not an original comment, I see from the list of them on just this post. :-) Nice job on the photography. You also have good taste in music.ReplyDelete
The snaps are so beautifully taken ! - we need to be reminded of the splendours of Earth....ReplyDelete
I wish I had a job related to environment - where I cd always be with nature ....rather than interacting with human race....
Wonderful pictures, thankyou for them. An eye-opening, startling introduction to the world of bird watching. :)ReplyDelete
Very beautiful pictures. I like photography and I am sure you are great in taking pictures at a right moment,and right time,as well as sharp and net ones. you have done difficult job. Wish you more success.ReplyDelete
hey .. i'm new to the whole blogger thing .. and i wanted to say .. really beautiful pictures :)ReplyDelete
You take very good photos. LinkReplyDelete
Just FYI: all these birds came straight from my garden in Tel-Aviv!ReplyDelete
you have mad macro skillz, and you must be quite a smooth-talker to get those bugs to sit still like that. what do you do, whisper to them sweet, delicious things about whatever other kind of bug that particular bug likes to eat?ReplyDelete
Very nice pictures. CongratulationsReplyDelete
Absolutely lovely photos.
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That bird in the water... looks like a light brown female duck... prob. isnt though... what is it? It is beautiful!ReplyDelete
You have beautiful photographs!ReplyDelete
Take some more pictures and post them. You should consider becoming a photographer. Wow!ReplyDelete
Awesome pics man... The "bug" pics are too good...ReplyDelete
They are beautiful...I posted yesterday, but must have messed up....ReplyDelete
Beautiful photo's -- you should think about publishing...there are books out there that people snap up - some have cutsy captions, and "humanize" the creatures, but I think your photos would sell for the beauty of them.
Keep snapping away
these pics are amazing. i'm not really a great fan of insects or nature but this is too goodReplyDelete
As many have said, beautiful pictures. I especially love the pictures that you took of the grass covered in dew with the spider web between the blades and the picture of the long beaked bird standing on top of the barbed wire fence post.ReplyDelete
I have recently been interested in photography myself and have picked up a hobby of capturing some of the fantastic sun sets that we have where I live. Link!
Keep up your great work!
I love your photos-- VERY nice!ReplyDelete
Very nice indeed.ReplyDelete
You make everyone see how beautiful nature is.
Cool !! Great pics!~ReplyDelete
Keep up the good work...
hey your blog is really cool, you take really pretty pictures.ReplyDelete
Top photos. I was at that Lambchop gig. They were louder and rockier than I expected, but excellent nevertheless.ReplyDelete
Very, very good!ReplyDelete
Nice Blog. Tou que nem posso!!!ReplyDelete
I especially like the common darter & bluebell wood. Nice work. They are really sharp, too. You must have quite a camera.ReplyDelete