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Jun 10, 2013 10:59 |  #8671

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Jun 10, 2013 13:53 |  #8672

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while its quite here's a close up crop of a KF where you can see how many different shades of blue/green he has in his feathers..

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not one of my best ones but I'll chance it ;)

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Jun 10, 2013 16:28 |  #8673

Hey guys, hope all is well. After a couple of days in York, we're now in lochcarron. No pics yet as there's no internet here. Going over the pass to Applecross, then Skye the day after. Driven through some truly fantastic scenery.


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Jun 10, 2013 16:37 |  #8674

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Hey guys, hope all is well. After a couple of days in York, we're now in lochcarron. No pics yet as there's no internet here. Going over the pass to Applecross, then Skye the day after. Driven through some truly fantastic scenery.

Where is the 'LIKE' button? Lol..


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Jun 10, 2013 17:19 as a reply to  @ Matt Peters's post |  #8675

Box Brownie wrote in post #16015052 (external link)
Welcome back Adrian~ hopefully a nice break with good weather. Lovely images of the fledgling Greenfinch and as for the cats were these taken on holiday? Really like the first one of 2(?) of the litter mates feeding and the white one being adventurous with the shrubbery

Both different monasteries in Crete

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Thanks Adrian and Dom, Adrian its eye has a membrane that covers over when it goes in the water, sorry to for letting you down Lozza I shall retire to the naughty corner.

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hate to put a downer on this, but that doesnt look like a fledgling to me. Its too colourful and there is no yellow at the edge of the beak, so this tells me that this poor finch is unwell - it looks classic to the horrible virus trichomonosis (spelling wrong I think lol). Its a horrible disease - eyes and beak are messy, they have difficulty eating and eventually die.

There is nothing you can do for it unfortunately and most finches can pick this up as can sparrows.

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I think that little one is on its way out im sorry to say Adrian...

Do you know if it is contagious and what I can do to prevent it from spreading as we normally get quite a few finches and sparrows?

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while its quite here's a close up crop of a KF where you can see how many different shades of blue/green he has in his feathers..

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Great detail and colours !!

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Ok then so as its quiet and couple of snaps from me - snaps because I took them with my G12 quickly so they are 'iffey' pics lol.

Anyway, our new additon to the household who I got just over 2 weeks ago from Cats Protection is Maisie. Some may remember that I lost my dear 20 year old cat at the end of Feb and the house was just so empty without a feline prescence - so, introducing Maisie, a 4 year old who was bereaved and had a slightly strange living arrangement with a cat upstairs and she lived downstairs because they didnt get on, so Maisie has taken a while to settle in as she was pretty scared and on the defensive a fair bit during her first few days in our house. She is coming along in leaps and bounds now. She seems to quite like her photo being taken so hopefully I can get some proper shots in a while.

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Looks she is settling in well and getting to used to stairs if she was not allowed on them

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not one of my best ones but I'll chance it

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Bit of a cheek posting it really...........Stunn​ing shot


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Jun 10, 2013 17:21 |  #8676

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Hey guys, hope all is well. After a couple of days in York, we're now in lochcarron. No pics yet as there's no internet here. Going over the pass to Applecross, then Skye the day after. Driven through some truly fantastic scenery.

Green with envy, that is the most gorgeous part of Scotland. If you havent already, try and drive via Upper Loch Torriden (you can see Lower Loch Torriden from the top there too) - the view is out of this world.

Once you have done on Sky, if you head back towards Loch Duich, check the map and ask where Sheena's Tea Hut is at Corron - the drive to it is wonderful and a warm welcome at Sheena's. Well worth the visit!

Have a fabulous time.

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Jun 10, 2013 17:45 |  #8677

@ Adrian ~ oh crumbs re the Greenfinch. Looking back as Linda says I did wonder why there was no obvious sign of the yellow gape when I posted thinking it was a fledgling.

Look here for the RSPB info and advice on how to reduce the spread of this nasty disease http://www.rspb.org.uk …ckbirds/greenfi​nches.aspx (external link)


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Jun 10, 2013 17:47 |  #8678

bridge99 wrote in post #16016350 (external link)
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Mark, can you make it a bit sharper and more colourful please ;) What a superb close up of the plumage!


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Jun 10, 2013 17:49 |  #8679

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not one of my best ones but I'll chance it ;)

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Now come on, surely you could have gotten your star trained KF to align the fish so we could see the head end :lol: Cracking image...............Ma​rk & you obviously had a wonderfully successful trip with this bird :D


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Jun 11, 2013 01:01 |  #8680

Pete wrote in post #16018054 (external link)
Hey guys, hope all is well. After a couple of days in York, we're now in lochcarron. No pics yet as there's no internet here. Going over the pass to Applecross, then Skye the day after. Driven through some truly fantastic scenery.

Can't wait to see the pics, Pete. Looking forward to a Scottish break in a month myself too :)


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Jun 11, 2013 02:51 |  #8681

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Jun 11, 2013 04:38 as a reply to  @ enigma2099's post |  #8682

Morning folks. Some great shots posted over the last few days - love the cat and kittens in Crete Adrian. Welcome to Maisy - I love tortie cats, although they do have a reputation for being naughty!
Dom I much prefer your 2nd edits, much better.
As for the Kingfisher shots, they're stunning all of them. Is Schofield still in the corner? :lol:
At last the sun has appeared in Norfolk :D the last couple of days have been rather dull. Still managed a spot of photography though. Went to Hickling Broad yesterday afternoon for a wander and the highlight was hearing (not seeing!) a Bittern. Amazing noise and it was really close but we waited for ages and it didn't appear.
Little Egrets appeared though, soooo elegant.

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Jun 11, 2013 05:38 as a reply to  @ Gundogs's post |  #8683

good morning folks...

I trust everyone's well and enjoyed summer while it lasted?

Penel - those pics look great, love the shot of the warbler especially, nicely framed :cool:

good luck keeping quiet :P

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Jun 11, 2013 05:44 |  #8684

Morning everyone!

Lee, Just work, having a break at the moment. Manually loading 2 tonne of books onto a van is hard work (on your own!) :p

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Jun 11, 2013 05:52 |  #8685

Very cool shot, that must be turning pretty hard to generate that.


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