Let me know when that tide's coming in won't you

Let me know when that tide's coming in won't you

Sunday, 12 August 2012

Dippers, again

Well it all seems very quiet on the birding front of late. This morning I went out with high hopes of seeing many different varieties, but struggled to find anything out of the ordinary. I did manage to come across more Dippers though. So I spent most of my time trying to photograph these again. I realise my last post was about Dippers too, but they're not easy to capture, so I make the most of it when I do. Here are a few of my shots.








19 comments:

  1. Those are excellent shots!! Look how well captured the eyes are. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  2. You take excellent photos of the dippers. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Well, I for one am with you all the way on this particular species. They're adorable, and if you say they're a bit difficult to capture in a perfect pose, then...by all means, keep showing us these. I like 'em a lot. Especially their multi-colored bodies.

    Thanks for linking up this week at the Bird D'Pot.

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  4. What terrific captures of beautiful birds, Adam!! I love their bibs, too! Thanks for sharing with us today! Hope you have a great week!

    Sylvia

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  5. Wonderful shots. Such clarity!

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  6. Great photos from the Dipper! I am used to see them in winter and snow...and often very far away /Susanne

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  7. They are cute birds, thanks for sharing.

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  8. Wonderful shots of the beautiful bird!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  9. A great series of photos of a very interesting bird.

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  10. Awesome shots of the European Dipper Adam!

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  11. They're handsome little birds! I'm guessing elusive, too.

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  12. Lovely shots Adam and i know how constantly active and flighty Dippers can be.

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  13. This is a different bird for me - not sure if they live in the US - but I have not seen any. Really nice series of shots!

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  14. What a sweet fat bird. Nice shots!

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  15. Splendid pictures of a splendid bird! I saw my first ever Dipper as a kid on the Bristol Avon near Bath - not really a prime location!

    Thanks for linking up with WBW - SM

    PS: most people put a link or a badge on there page linking back to WBW so that other bloggers can find it. It would be great if you could add one too! SM

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  16. These are very nice images of the Dipper, what a nice area you captured it in too, lovely!

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  17. Wonderful photos! I enjoyed going through the series.

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