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Friday, 20 December 2013

Treecreeper silently moves up the tree.

One day, I'll get a good picture.





49 comments:

  1. OOOOOOH BEAUTIFUL AND LOVELY BIRD BOB~~~~~~~~~~

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  2. I very much enjoyed these photos of the tree creeper Bob.
    The contrast of colors and texture is fantastic.
    Tree creepers are such fascinating little birds to watch .

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  3. You DO get good pictures, Bob!

    :),
    Lois

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  4. Beautiful is the little bird!

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  5. Almost Bob! It would really help if the little so and so's would just co-operate once in a while...lol...[;o)

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    1. Little so and so's, they get so close to anybody, they will not ever see their eyes.

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  6. Lovely bird this tree creeper Bob

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  7. Beautiful. Kind of resembles our wren but our wren doesn't have the curved beak.

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    1. Nice one, same size, but that's all, cheers Keith.

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  8. Hallo Magic Bob,

    another very nice series... I don't know if I will come again shortly, so, Merry Christmas to you and your Family and Happy New year !
    see you soon

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    1. Thank you, and have a happy holidays Massimo.

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  9. brilliant colors on this guy!

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  10. Look at that curve on his bill.

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  11. Not bad at all Bob, a slight turn of the head and you would have nailed it. Nice quality though.

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  12. geweldig wat is dit weer mooi.Bob.

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  13. Well-done!!!.. Excellent pics.. :-)))

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  14. Beautiful photos of the Treecreeper, difficult to capture this fast bird.
    Wish you a merry Christmas, Bob.


    Groetjes Tinie

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    1. Yes, they move around a lot, cheers Tinie.

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  15. glorious shots, bob! great composition and lighting too.
    thanks for making our days brighter!

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  16. Fantastoc shots Bob... a real favourite little bird of mine.

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  17. Am I right in thinking that this wonderful little bird moves quickly and erratically? Which makes your shots very good indeed. Perhaps you are being a tad hard on yourself in your search for perfection.

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    1. Yes, Miss Elephant, but I do try to get them perfect for YOU.

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  18. Hola Bob,buena entrada de esta inquieta avecilla.Un fuerte abrazo y Feliz Navidad

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  19. Excellent shots Bob!!!!Great captures!!!Nice bird!!!
    Have a lovely evening!!
    Dimi...

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  20. Hi Bob. If I could get shots like that I would be pleased. They are great. I wish you a VERY HAPPY CHRISTMAS. I won't be posting or commenting as much over the festive period.

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  21. Beautiful photos
    Greetings

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  22. Delightful captures, it is so engrossed in searching for food.

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  23. Lovely little bird....
    Merry Christmas.

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  24. BOB bonjour et merci encore merci j'adore cet oiseau qui se déplace en s'amusant
    ELLES sont parfaites tes photos bise

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  25. I love these cute birds, great shots!

    Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas!

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  26. Beautiful pictures of the tree creeper.
    Well done, Bob.

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    1. Thanks, I'm happy to hear from you.

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  27. Superb set of photos as per usual Bob!

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  28. Are you kidding us all?!! I think that what you posted about getting a good picture one day......you HAVE!! These are awesome, and they aren't an easy subject since they do move around so quickly.

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  29. Tree creepers are hard to get! I think you did well here. ;)

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  30. I LOVE these ones Bob; but stay fired up and hungry to keep on capturing wonderful birds in the Forest of Dean .. and beyond. The colour on the tree trunks is beautiful

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  31. Such sweet little birds, so pretty and such fun to observe. I saw one yesterday, really close to the house, but I was taking a long distance call and got no images~

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  32. Son difíciles de sorprender, siempre procuran esconderse tras el tronco cuando notan la presencia del observador. Un abrazo

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