Nice, crisp shots, Bob, and the plumage sparkles. It is a handsome bird.
I thought you would like that, I have fixed it.
the bird behaviors look attractive.....great shots.# Glad you are blogging back. Hope, everything goes well with you.Take care
Hola Bob,magnificas capturas de esyte Andarrios grande,fotos espectaculares.Un saludo y feliz semana.
Super shots of the Green Sandpiper, doing what Green Sandpipers do, Bob! You've really captured the character of the bird. Take great care - - - Richard
Hi Bob,Always very fond of the Green Sandpiper< beautiful eye, Super series of images.You stay safe and wellJohn
It had a beautiful eye, thanks John.
This is such a lovely series....looks like he’s closing his eyes in pure bliss when he has his head down in the water and probably a fish in his beak!
What lovely shots.
Hi Bob.Beautiful pictures of this beautiful bird.Greetings from Patricia.
Yes Patricia, it is very beautiful.
This is awesome, very beautiful photos.
Hello bobI'm on your blog again, as always, crisp, sharp shots, first-class detailsGreetings Frank
Unas aves que me encantan y tus fotos están preciosas. Besos.
Estupendas fotos Bob. El pájaro es muy hermoso. Buen martes. Cuídate. Un abrazo.
Incredible photos of a magnificent bird.
Nice close ups Bob of a lovely bird.
Una serie magnífica de este pequeñín, me han encantado todas las fotos. Enhorabuena Bob, un abrazo desde el norte de España.
Interesting it is called a green sandpiper - not a spot of green on it that I can see! Lovely photos!
Hello Bob, some great photos of this beauty. Well done indeed. Regards,Roos
Thanks Roos, and thanks for your blog, fabulous.
Great pictures you show 👏Ottar
Que lindo fotografar Bob!Que fascinantes aves no seu habitat natural!Um abraço cantarolante!🌼🌻🌼Megy Maia🌈
Oh, eight photos from the depth of an existing miracle.My friend Bob, thank you for making my soul more brightness.
Lovely photographs.All the best Jan
Have a great weekend
Hi Bob,I think it would be really nice to meet a green sandpiperBeautiful pictures.Regards, Helma