One bird that was in abundance in Norfolk, was the Linnet. They seemed to be every 1 in 3 birds seen. I'm sure they weren't, but they were everywhere and very showy. Of course, if you have a camera with you this gives ample opportunity to try and get some pictures.
A female in nice morning sunshine.
A nice male in slightly better light.
Really a few very nice pictures of this beautiful bird.ReplyDelete
The linnet looks really beautiful.
Hello, lovely images of the Linnet. The lighting is beautiful. Thanks for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your day and weekend.ReplyDelete
...lovely images of a new bird for me. I hope that you are having a great weekend.ReplyDelete
Very photogenic! ;)ReplyDelete
Fantastic images of the Linnet, you definitely got some great light too.ReplyDelete
Picture post card perfect! I love them all. Thanks so much for posting your link at I'd Rather B Birdin' (have a great week ahead)ReplyDelete
Linnet is a very handsome bird indeed. i hope their populations are recovering.ReplyDelete
beautiful light in these, and a wonderful, natural compliment for the pretty bird!!ReplyDelete
I guess that in Norfolk they still have heathland habitat, the Linnet's favourite. The Linnet is now pretty scarce in the Fylde, no thanks to farming changes. The major numbers now are migrants and wintering ones from the north. Nice pics Adam.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful little bird.ReplyDelete
Yes the little bird is pretty and your photos are wonderful!ReplyDelete
a perfect light for the birds. It added to their natural beauty :)ReplyDelete
He's a pretty little fella, isn't he?ReplyDelete
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Such beautiful shots!ReplyDelete
The lighting is just perfect.ReplyDelete
What a lovely little critter! Fabulous lighting.ReplyDelete
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Beautiful linnets. The warm light is lovely.ReplyDelete
similar to our House Finches and Red Polls.... so cute....ReplyDelete