Thursday, 20 June 2013

NatureFootstep: Winged #93

Thursday's theme at NatureFootstep is 'Winged'. All things 'winged', but not necessarily 'feathered' (flying insects are welcome too!!) 

European Robin

1) Curious
Robin 2

2) Ready To Fly
Robin 3

3) Singing
Something To Say

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34 comments:

  1. Pretty shots of your robin! The last one singing is adorable.

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  2. When the red, red Robin comes bob-bob-bobbing aroud :)
    That was my first thougt.
    Great pictures.
    Have a nice day.
    Mormor

    http://www.starbear.no/mormor/2013/06/20/pica-pica/

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    1. Maybe that's what he was singing in the last shot. LOL. Thanks Mormor :-))

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  3. Very good pictures - I can almost count the feathers. We also have that bird in Sweden.

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    1. Thanks Ulla. Yes, this bird is common across much of Europe.

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  4. Wow! You captured her singing...:)

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    1. Thanks Sophie :-)) It's not easy to catch them in mid-song like that.

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  5. I like the three photos but the last one is my favourite...

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  6. What a delightful bird, and wonderfully photographed!

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  7. Excellent shots of this cute bird!

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  8. Mitch, these are fantastic! What camera/lens were you using?

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    1. Thanks Debby :-)) I was using my Olympus SP800UZ. It has a very good built-in zoom.

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  9. Great images of this little fellow!!!

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  10. Super fine shots of Robin Redbreast.

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  11. Heisann!
    A charming, little fellow ;:O)
    Mine is a seagull baby....
    Have a nice weekend!

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    1. Thank you :-))

      I wasn't sure about your photo, I've never seen a gull chick that young. Here they tend to keep out of the way of people until they are older.

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  12. oen of my favourites. You got some really good shots here. Love to see it as I have not seen this bird much this year.

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    1. Thanks NF :-)) Yes, I've noticed that there aren't as many robins around here this year, too.

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  13. really beautiful photos of your robin-

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  14. lovely shots, you were lucky to get so many different poses from him
    this one I got kept teasing me and hopping away
    http://www.deviantart.com/print/32720365/

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    1. Thanks Eevee :-)) They're actually three different robins, taken at different times and places. I just picked those particular ones as they are my favourites, I've got lots of others.

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  15. whoops, you will need to copy and paste that link

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    1. Got it :-)) Really great shot, he really stands out against the grasses and snow!!

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