Thank you Steve, for your visit and the awards. It is always appreciated when folks actually take the trouble to have a proper look.
I took around 20 shots of this bird, and this was the only one where he wasn't in shadow, or hiding behind the leaves. When yours is posted they can be virtual companions!!
Peter what a fantastic capture of the little Finch. You are so close here! how lucky to get this special shot of the little fellow. I still have my feeder out for our little Finch birds but they seem, lately, to have abandoned us. Had many within the last month, replaced the empty feeder recently and they have not returned to it, can't figure that. This goes to my Fav's Peter and a *like of course, as I love the little Finches:))
Hi Sarah, thank you again for you wonderful words, and of course the 'like' and 'star'.
This one is genuinely eating what it finds in the wild, but they will come to gardens regularly. I put sunflower hearts out in my garden, which they love, but I guess your birds have different tastes. I also notice that Steve has found a friend for him!
What a wonderful photo'. LIKE, Feathers & flowers soo sharp. Regards Judith
Thank you for stopping by to look at my gallery, and this chaffinch in particular. In the same vain as Steve's, it is a genuine shot of a wild bird going about it's daily business, in it's natural habitat. I did take a lot of pictures of this guy, but his was the only really good one, so I'm glad you like it. I will now go and have a proper look at your 58 page gallery!!
Hello peter calling in on your lovely Chaffinch again to say so pleased i have it as a friend for mine again and to replace my YS-L
best wishes .. steve
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Photo taken in Porthmadog, Gwynedd, UK
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