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

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

Friday, 27 June 2014

Redshank

I saw a picture the other day that reminded me of one I had taken earlier this year in Norfolk. Then I  realised I hadn't put it on my blog, so thought I 'd share it with you now.
It's a Common Redshank that posed for me on top of a fence post at Cley beach. A lovely pose.



19 comments:

  1. What an awesome capture!

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  2. I wish every bird would be so kind to pose like that. Nice to be given a little time for setting the camera properly. :)

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  3. A very pretty bird and a lovely pose.. Great capture! Thanks for linking up and sharing your post! Have a happy weekend!

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  4. A terrific shot, and not a bird we see here!
    Karen & Beep

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  5. Wonderful photo of a beautiful bird.

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  6. I always smile when I see the word "Common" in a bird's description. Your photography of the stunning Redshank is UNcommonly beautiful :)

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  7. very handsome! i think i saw a shot on phil's blog recently like this. :)

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  8. Redshanks are cracking birds Adam. Far from easy to get shots like that though.

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  9. Beautiful capture!! Boom, Bobbi and Gary.

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  10. Such beauty...in color and grace of such a wonderful bird!!

    Thanks for linking up this weekend. It's always appreciated.

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  11. Oh My, such beauty I've never known p;) Thank you very much for sharing great capture.
    Sincerely from Japan xoxo Miyako*

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  12. What a lovely pose indeed with the legs positioned to show off its color. :)
    Good shot!

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  13. Nice cooperative bird. Maybe he could come and talk to the birds in my yard about standing still. Lovely coloring on the legs like the color of duck legs.. Thank you for linking into Nature Notes Adam. I appreciate it..Michelle

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