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A few from todays outing.
The picture of the swan is beautiful and all the wee riples in the water
Beautiful pictures @Johniebhoy
Thanks BFL,i was in two minds whether to leave it coloured but I think it looks better black and white.
Thanks Mr Tim from Tarbolton.
It's one of those timeless pictures it's beautiful black and white
Aye,Swans really are beautiful creatures,why I didn't include them in my top ten i'll never know.
Reminded me I had swan pics from down the golf course. First one was an evening in March, then the cygnets in June
Aren't they so elegant
They're lovely Marty, that's a great camera on your mobile
Great pictures Marty. Love the cygnets.
More fantastic pictures, Johnie. The swan one is special. Magnificent.
One of the family of crow's I'm pally with
This is my favourite thread on the forum, love it in our wee wildlife gang
Smashin pics,the one with the cygnets is a line from a Christmas carol,(which one?)
Thanks Red,i quite like the swan pic myself.
The Cormorant picture is superb mate
I was at a wedding in Bathgate yesterday. It seemed that the wedding was in the middle of nowhere, among a lot of farms and fields. When my family and I arrived, my daughter and I instantly said there'd be good birding opportunities. In fact,the actual ceremony was getting in the way of a good birdwatching session. Instantly we saw Buzzards, Kestrels. Sparrowhawks, Carrion Crows, and a superb sighting of 2 Ravens groundfeeding. Later on, on the small reservior next to the venue, we saw Little Grebes, Herons, Mute Swans, lots of Swallows and Housemartins, Herring Gulls and a few Coots and Moorhens. The wedding was not too bad btw.
Set out on my walk today determined to get a crow picture for BFL. Instead, it was butterfly fest. Look away BFL.
During the walk this wee fella kept singing and near the end he flew down onto a rock in front of us and gave us a private performance...