Hi Peter, counting the legs & dividing X 2,I would say,quite a few! Good capture.L1,Eduardo.
I think it rhymes with heaven :-) Haven't they made a nice formation? Like. Cheers, Rosa.
Perhaps I should have used the modern version of the rhyme, as opposed to the older one.
So I have amended the title. You have to enlarge to see one magpie obscures another.
WISH! All the best Peter
It was almost to be a secret Peter and now I wish I had seen the double one!
Nice formation - Jethro
Took this shot from the garden, a rare excursion at the moment. I had managed to get myself off the floor.
All the best from Terra Firma, Peter
Hi pedrocut,Very nice pic.This is a rare captured pic, well done.My Yorkshire buddy,Jethroyhoyt, is a good friend with a good sense of humor,nice guy.
Greetings from Toronto
Wonderful shot and nice title!
Hi Peter!Today I will go at Volgo-Akhtubinskaja poima,it locates between Volgograd and Astrakhan!I will be fishing sturgeon,silurus and pike and also swimming boating and burning under the torrid hot sun!It will be lasting to end of the august!May be I will disappear for this period!When I will return, immediately I will write to You and also show You my new pictures!I will be missing you my wonderful English Friend!Old Good Russian Friend Diggory Venn!:)
Great thread Peter and thanks for the link. I'm switching to the Yorkshire version!
Seven for a secret never to be told! Nice capture, Peter! Theolfa
I WISH I could say that you were right, but if you look at the the third one from the right and enlarge, you will see two!
Looking at this info you can choose the rhyme
Best wishes Peter
Hi Peter at first I saw the 7 magpies, but when I read the comment of jethrohoyt, I saw that the third one looks a little bit unusual. I think this is the hidden one.
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Photo taken in City of Wolverhampton District, West Midlands, UK
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