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Wednesday, 11 September 2013

JAY

Linking to Stewart at Wild Bird Wednesday

20 comments:

  1. Thats a nice shot Peter..... lovely bird is it.

    Greetings, Joop

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  2. Oh wow, your pictures are getting better every day, Peter. This one is really stunning. Well done. Greetings, Joke

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  3. A beautiful bird to see up close Peter...[;o)

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  4. Hi Peter... Quite different then our Jays, but a nice looking bird and photo's of it!!
    Grace

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  5. This has to be the best Jay image I've seen. I have never got one so I'm an awful green colour now.

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  6. What a beauty. We have a Jay that comes to the garden to feed, but I always scare it off before I can even grab the camera!

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  7. Such a stunning image! The detail in your photo is phenomenal!

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  8. Hi Peter you have captured this Jay beautifully especially as a close up shot.

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  9. a lovely crisp photo of this striking Jay Peter

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  10. What a wonderful bird!! Gorgeous shot. I'm so glad I discovered your blog through Stewart's meme.
    Doesn't owning a camera change your perspective on the world around you?? I love that!

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  11. ¸.•°❤ ❤⊱彡
    Passei para uma visita.
    Belíssima fotografia.
    Ele está pousando para ser fotografado.
    Suas fotos são incríveis e lindas!
    ¸.•°❤ BOM FIM DE SEMANA! ❤⊱彡

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  12. Beautiful pictures of Jay.
    I had liked to be next to you when you took this picture.

    Regards, Helma

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  13. Gorgeous Jay, so different from our own, yet all are marked so handsomely. You cannot tell our females from males until after they have begun to nest in Spring...then the female pulls a small patch and if you can see her just right...then you know female ;) I know what you mean about the Dragonflies, difficult to get a location between the sun and the water. I look for flowers and reeds across a walk path near where they are and usually can find them perched in right direction...same with the wee Damselflies~

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