I like the first photo
Hi Bob...wow in that first one the Whimbrel is hard to focus on it takes a minute...great image and a great blend..Miles Davis and Coltane great blend too...gets your foot tapping and your body swaying... ; } Grace
Beautiful pictures. Andrzej.
Good bird to see Bob. I've not seen that many.
Marvellous series. I too like the first shot. Was lighting a challenge on this outing?
Bob, many, many thanks. Now I know what I spent half last winter chasing through the mud in Ravenglass. Now I can shout it by name I may get a photo.
Bob, zwei wunderschöne Fotos.Gerade auf dem zweiten sieht man den gefährlichen Schnabel sehr gut.Liebe Abendgrüße schickt dirIrmi
These are excellent pictures of the Whimbrel - sharp, and soft lighting. Thanks, Bob!
I don't miss one day to look at your beautiful photo's. I wish you a nice day.Marijke
A beautiful bird and two very beautiful pictures. Wonderful photo work, Bob.
A great bird species to have on your photo records Bob. Well done :-)
Both photos are beautiful. Such a large bird with a beak with us does not occur. Thanks for the spectacle.
Great photos Bob ... especially the first one!
Lovely images Bob.
i like how he almost blends to the backdrop in the first one. :)
Great shots Bob. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Such an elegant bird - wonderful photos Bob - thank you so much! Everyday I find pleasure in looking at your pictures!
Look at the beak on that critter!Sort of reminds me of my ex-mother in law except that bird doesn't ride a broom.
We host golden Plovers in season, and call them Kolea in Hawaiian.Aloha from Waikiki;Comfort Spiral > < } } ( ° > ><}}(°>
Your photos are an exquisite work of art - I'm so impressed.I read your profile. What a positive and happy life you're leading! Just wonderful.
Well captured images Bob....[;o)
Lovely post again, Bob!
As always the best bird pictures!!!Greetings from meMonika
Such an elegant bird, Bob! you've caught it particularly well in the second photo.
Lovely capture!Greetings from Sweden/Ingemar
gorgeous photos. you've a great eye.
This was gorgeous!
Bob,I was recently reading about how to find out what birds eat by their beaks (after all these years)This bird sure looks on the prowl for something tasty.Brad
Un pájaro precioso, vaya pico que se gasta, cualquiera se mete con el...Dos buenas tomas, el entorno y composición de la primera me gusta más.Saludos.