so very beautiful! love the intricate plumage!
Not the easiest bird to get good photos of. You have done well here Bob.
Well I think your shots are great Bob and I still have not seen one this year yet!
Splendour pictures of the Fieldfare Bob.I have not seen him this winter, unfortunately.Greetings Tinie
I am sorry for your loss, they might come there Tinie.
such a serious look
I love that glance over his shoulder and the white streak above his eyes. You really make us look! Just fascinates me to no end!
You say that this is not the best quality but I love them !!! The Fieldfare you actually photographed beautifully. I'm there quite a bit jealous!
This is a wonderful Bob.Excellent series of photos.
looks nice Bob,curious it is one of your favorite... it's quite simple.. but yes, really lovely ! saluti
That is wonderful Massimo, thanks.
This bird likes to eat apples ! Your shots are wonderful as always !Greetings
Geweldig Bob de kramsvogel staat er geweldig mooi op.
Yes, it is beautiful, thanks.
'Not the best quality'....Despite your comment, an excellent set of the beautiful Fieldfare Bob.
It reminds me of an American Robin. I like that you provided various angles to view this beautiful bird.
Hola Bob,me gustan todas las imagenes de este zorzal real te han quedado magnificas amigo mio.Un abrazo
Lovely birds to see Bob... I had one in my garden once but that was years ago.
Such a cheeky charmer.You (and Ron Dudley) are waaaay too hard on yourself. I would be very, very happy to achieve any of these shots. If I stopped gawking long enough to take them...
Thank you EC, who is Ron Dudley by the way?
I have got him, beautiful Raptors.
Bob, beautiful shots of this lovely bird! It's very similar to our American Robin. But then they are in the same family!
Super gedaan bob lieve groetjes Danielle
It's not about the quality of the image, but the bird, which I love. Regards.
Yes you're right. I too love the Fieldfare, thanks Giga.
Looks mighty fine to me, Bob.
Ha ha, stern bird, it makes me funny Susie.
We don't have these where I live. I can see why you like them.
I get lost in your images, BobALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral <3
Bob, I think your photos are awesome and I love this pretty Fieldfare.. Have a happy week!
Beautifully captured. This species always maykes me think of Sweden as that's where I saw my first flock.
Oh good. Like you he publishes daily, takes beautiful photos and is very, very self critical.
I have just email him.
Beautiful series of the Fieldfare.I've not seen here.Very well photographed, Bob.
I would think that the Fieldfare was at Holland at this time Irma.
Hello Bob,What a wonderful pictures you've made of this bird. Nice to get him so close in the lens. Well done my friend.Best regards,Marco
Cracking set of images Bob. I've seen plenty around here over the last few days but can't seem to get close enough for even a half decent photograph. You did well, they're very skittish!!...[;o)
A spare apple, a car with with me under a tarp, I can do it. Yes, they always a bit skittish Trevor.
j'aime bien lorsqu'il tourne la tête
Pues yo no las veo de baja calidad, son buenas tomas.Saludos.
It good to hear that, cheers Jesús.
What a beautiful bird Bob!Wonderful series of the Fieldfare!Is that an apple he is eatting?Great captures!Dimi...
He is so sweet looking.
Pretty bird. It resembles our (North) American Robin.. at least the juvenile.
Dices que no es la mejor calidad, pero a mi este zorzal me gusta, especialmente esa fotografía en la que una gotita de agua pende del pico.Un abrazo
Precious, look like paintings !!a hug.
Another gorgeous one!