My last few visits to the Norfolk coast have turned up some recurring birds. The Purple Sandpiper I have looked out for especially on the rocks at Sheringham, but the Common Gull and Common Redshank don't require as much effort. There are plenty around most of the year.
The Common Gull was very obliging for flight shots.
The Purple Sandpiper has been a constant presence for the last 4 months for me.
Two of the four birds present taking a snooze.
A Common Redshank in flight at Cley marshes.
Great photos of birds in flight.ReplyDelete
Hello, great captures of the gull in flight. The Purple Sandpiper is one of my favorites, cute bird. Thank you so much for linking up and sharing your post. I appreciate your comment and visit. Happy Saturday, enjoy your day and weekend!ReplyDelete
Beautiful flight photos!ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend!
Nice shots, but the redshank in flight is my favorite.ReplyDelete
A redshank in flight was so pretty! Loved the purple sandpiper. Nice shots!ReplyDelete
You can't go wrong with gull pictures. - MargyReplyDelete
Birds in flight make beautiful photos and can be some of the hardest to take. Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Great birds in flight Adam. Have a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
I thank you for taking time to add your link to this post for us all at I'd Rather B Birdin'...much appreciated!ReplyDelete
Nice shots, enjoyed the post.ReplyDelete
This comment has been removed by the author.ReplyDelete
Sorry I had to delete my comment. I got confused...a problem common among old ladies, I am told.ReplyDelete
So, where was I? The Common Redshank is quite uncommon to me! I enjoyed your photos very much.
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
So fliegen zu können muss wundervoll sein.ReplyDelete
Großartige Bilder, die ich gerne betrachtet habe !
Wonderful birds - its been a while since I have seen a P Sandpiper!ReplyDelete
Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
I’m so envious of your beautiful flight shots Adam. But also grateful. Makes me wish I had time to go to the beach right now.ReplyDelete
I love your flight photos Adam...How wonderful is must be to fly free...MichelleReplyDelete
I'm amazed at how often you get photos of the barn owl. You must live right by him. A real beauty!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2018/06/can-brussels-sprouts-be-edible.html