Well at least you tried Bob, thats more than I did, the camera stayed indoors today !
Good pictures Bob, everyday a new one with lovely colors.Greetings, Joop
Bob on a day so gray, raining and not stop raining here too, your picture is like a rainbow!!! thank you for this fantastic touch of color!!
Beautiful Picture !Greeting Barbara
Warren, I don't like it when it is inside, just have a bit of a bad mood-ish.Thanks again Joop.Cheers Elena, It is like a rainbow to hear you.Barbara, thanks.
Very nice this vulture. Too bad with time and rain. It may rain during the week. Greetings.
So what is the difference between a buzzard and a bustard to you Brits? and do you pronounce them differently. - from a curious and ignorant yank.
Over on this side of the pond vultures are often called buzzards,thanks in no small part to decades of cowboy movies. It wasn't until last year that a blog comment from a reader in the UK led me to discover that they're 2 very different species.Like BIF, another ignorant Yank:)
In such weather, you still got some good shots... Wonderful work.
Worth going out for. A beauty.
Are you still getting this crappy weather??? I'll send you some snow, no wait we do not have snow!!At least we can discover the treasure you have on your hard drive.. These are excellent shots Bob... I really do love your header!!
Yes Leovi, rain is rain!The Buzzard is: http://www.rspb.org.uk/wildlife/birdguide/name/b/buzzard/index.aspx and the Bustard : http://greatbustard.org/That is the difference Robert.Same as in Roberts blog, Chip.Thanks Wong.It certainly is Adrian.We are going a bit on the "good weather" sign, or that you believe the weatherperson, Chris. I'll send you a copy of the header, lol.
Thank you Gaby, it is so nice to meet you.
Beautiful picture! Greetings Andrzej.
Cracking shots Bob. I can never seem to get them when they settle like that.
More, great shots Bob!