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Sunday, 19 December 2010

Magpie

Not really a photographer day, so, I dived into that thing - archives.





This Magpie has survived for  at least 2 years with his/hers beak, slightly deformed.

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful, sharp pictures Bob.

    greetings, Joop

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  2. I love that third one Bob.
    Let's hope he survives many more years too.

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  3. That thing...the archives, I soon may have to be tempted to go to the same kind of files, but for a bit, I shall have some new ones. Your Magpie, is glorious from the archives, or newchives;) made that up, altogether splendid~

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  4. What a gorgeous bird! So striking...wish we had them here! Beautiful photos too...

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  5. Beautiful composition with a great frame

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  6. Cheers Joop.

    I hope so Keith.

    Cheers Talibra.

    Newchives, that is the answer to my dreams. Cheers Mary.

    Oh , I didn't know that you were without them, I'm terribly sorry Kelly.

    Thanks Leovi.

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  7. ♥ Olá, amigo!♫
    ♫♥ Que lindas imagens... muito, muito bonitas... especialmente a quarta foto... parabéns!!!
    ♫♫ Boa semana!
    Beijinhos. ♥♫
    ♫♥ Brasil
    ♫♫♫♥

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  8. Bob I don't understand, what was wrong with the beak. I thought it was the shape it supposed to be. Anna :) PS these are very clear photographs, well done.

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  9. A grand Magpie, wish it luck from us.

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  10. Thank you Magia, so you think the fourth, I'll have a look at it later.

    Right at the end of the beak, there is a hook, which it shouldn't be Anna.

    Thanks Adrian.

    Indrani, thank you.

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  11. Very beautiful!!!
    Greetings Andrzej.

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  12. I really like the incrediblly vivid colours of this bird. Good sharp photos. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River.

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  13. Hi! Bob
    Beautiful bird.
    I liked the color, black and white.

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