beautiful cute little one ! love these images Bob
she is pretty with her golden cap. :)
Mrs. Blackcap more than makes up for the dull weather Bob.
Hello,on your blog are a lot of very high quality photographs, which are interesting and showing the beauty of the nature.Regards Senna
Hello Bob, well hidden in the bush but you have caught him very well ..looks really niceGreetings from Germanyfrank
Beautiful, eine Mönchsgrasmücke!!!Have a nice week!Crissi
Tu sais mettre en valeur la beauté naturelle et l'élégance des oiseaux !Roger
such a cute bird
i am loving your stunning photography!
Never see this bird. Beautiful captured surrounded by the berry's.gr. Marijke
Urocze zdjęcia, miło na nie patrzeć. Pozdrawiam.***Charming photos, nice to look at. Yours.
Did you say dull and mournful? :) You are funny and kind and your photographs are always wonderful. Have a happy week!
Yes, a beautiful warbler, here was sunny but very cold a nasty wind.
Bien visto entre esa maraña de hojas, buen disparo.Saludos.
Great shots Bob!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Great images of a beautiful little bird Bob..
Excellent blackcap shots Bob and good luck with the selling of your pictures!
these are such beautiful images!!
Great shots Bob! I really like the second photo with the little erry.
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I don't believe you were dull and mournfull. Not if you captured images like that. Good luck with the photo sales, I amagine many people will want them.
So cute! It is telling you to cheer up! :-)
just great! and they are so cute!
Beautiful shots. Great photo work again, Bob.
I would be happy to shots of this cute "Fauvette" as we name it here in France!Well done Bob!I like your Lapwing as well! Just caught some shots of one visiting, in our garden yesterday!But it will not appear yet on my blog!...
Muy buenas fotos Bob.Saludos!!
Very nice like that little bird in the green sits Bob, you could almost overlook him. Greetings, Helma