Great, I like the full frame that the 5D II gives.
I think that the 5D maybe, but I had bought 500mm f/L lens, therefore, the 7D camera is the one.
hij staat er geweldig op.
Also in Britain it's a bit late for chaffinches to build their nests, so you should be right by assuming this finch has lost its first nest and clutch. Or: it's already the second time for the finch to breed this year???I love the songs of the male chaffinches in spring - their are among the first to chirrup in the early spring sun!Uwe.
Buenas capturas a la búsqueda de materiales suaves para construir el nuevo nido. Un abrazo,
Yes, but she is a bit late, cheers Miguel.
She's a sweet little thing. I hope she can raise a family this time!
What a sweet fellow!
sweet little hard working woman!
Nice behaviour to capture Bob, nice shots too.
Lieber Bob,die kleinen Buchfinken sind meine Lieblingsvögel.Hoffentlich ringt sie ihr Nest noch fertig für die 2. Brut.Einen guten Start in die neue Woche wünscht Irmi
Birds work so hard, I think. Very nice photos!
What a sweet little one.I feel bad about her other nest though.These are wonderful images, Bob.Happy day to you!
Bob beautiful images.
Hola Bob,ineresantes imagenes de esta hembra recogiendo pelo para su nido.Un abrazo
Really gorgeous shots :)
Thanks Ela, that's really great.
She is beautiful - and I hope she can raise a family this time. What is in her beak? Do you know?
I'm not sure, maybe a feather. By the way, what happened to you 'cause blogger?
Bob Bushell: Still not fixed. Same old, same old. Hiss and spit.
Excellent shot Bob!!Wonderful images!!Dimi...
She is a beauty, great shots! Have a happy week!
Yes Eileen, she is a beauty, cheers.
Lovely images Bob...
The poor little guy looks like he is hard at work.
Try, try, try, go to your work again...Same thing for us... :-)
She's gorgeous Bob!
Beautiful birdwell capturedthanks
Beautiful photos of this female finch, Bob.
Hi Bob I am glad you did not run her over on your scoter!! Great shots of her gathering nesting material
Love to see this busy little bird with her beak stuffed full of a future nest :D)