There were plenty knocking about on the rocks at the shoreline, but there was quite a gap between the two groups of rocks. This guy decided to go over the top into no man's land, where I was waiting to shoot him down with my camera.
We both came out on top, as he made it to the other side and I got some lovely pictures.
He can feel the intensity of my eye through the lens.
Hello, great shots of the Turnstone. I like their bright orange legs. Have a happy day and week ahead!ReplyDelete
They are great pictures. I've been popping to Frodsham Marsh for my wader fix recently.ReplyDelete
Awesome photos....they are swift movers across the beaches, so your 'shots from the camera' captured him very well.ReplyDelete
Thanks again, for linking at I'd Rather B Birdin'. I love watching these turnstones along the shore here in our state of Texas.Delete
I love this bird's markings and the bright orange legs and feet. Enjoy your week. Greetings JoReplyDelete
Beautiful captures of this lovely bird.ReplyDelete
I love waders and last month I saw and identified my first ruddy turnstone in non-winter plumage! I was happy (I'm always happy when i can ID any shorebird!). I'm going to go back to my own blog and see how mine compares to yours. I do know your pictures are better!ReplyDelete
super images of the Turnstone :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos of the Turnstone.ReplyDelete
Très belles images ;-)ReplyDelete
Céline & Philippe
You won't miss him with those orange legs. Great images.ReplyDelete
What amazing images of the turnstone.ReplyDelete
Have a lovely weekend :)
Similar markings to our Killdeer. Love those orange legs/feet! Great captures, Adam!ReplyDelete
Hello, just stopping back to say thanks for linking up and sharing this post. Great shots! Happy weekend to you!ReplyDelete
Gotta love those bright orange legs, Adam.ReplyDelete
As others have said, I love the orange legs. Beautiful photos.ReplyDelete