El ostrero buscando su alimento entre el barro y el limo. No está demasiado lejos, se ven perfectamente los detalles y queda situado en su contexto.Un abrazo,
Yes, that is why it had a muddy bill, thanks Miguel.
Not too far at all Bob. It's good to see a bird in its natural environment at times.
The nerve of that Oyster-catcher. It should have realised you wanted a close-up and come in and posed. Some birds have NO manners.A lovely shot of him/her anyway.
I agree with you EC.
Hola Bob,con las distancias,no deja ser unas buenas imagenes.Un abrazo amigo
Do not complain about the bird that was too far away, because pictures are so beautiful. Regards.
Ok, but I have to, it's necessary Giga.
ah, you moaner
you complain about your shots, yet i'd be thanking my lucky stars to get those! :)
Lieber Bob,ganz tolle Fotos von dem Austernfischer.Sie sind einfach grandios.Einen schönen Abend wünscht dirIrmi
This bird and the Magpie in the previous post are so striking in their black and white plumage. Wonderful shots, Bob.
Nice red eyes. Great shots!
Did the bird ever catch an oyster?
"Be very very quiet...I'm catching oysters!"Great shots, Bob!~
JUST out of reachALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral =^..^=
HI Bob there is nohing wrong with these shots
I prefer seeing a bit of landscape round the bird.
Mud, just mud.
What is he doing with oysters?????
So far but such a beautiful bird Bob!Great captures!Dimi...
Very good shots Bob!!Wonderful how you've photographed from that low positioin. Well done!!Many greetings,Marco
Thanks a lot Marco.
Hi Bob! Superb photos!!!! Congratulations :-)Warm greetings!
Beautiful, very nice photos.
very beautiful Bob !
I love the oystercatchers, a great bird and photos! Thanks again for linking up!
Lovely shots...you see his environment and can enjoy him wading in the water, looking for food.
I love seeing these in the water!