hey, woollies, do you remember me?! i'm back!

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♥♥TRIKER12 on November 1, 2011

Never mind the wooly ones, run Salmo, run! to the redding beds where you will lay your precious roe and regenerate your species.

David Brown Photogra… on November 2, 2011

Trust the Kingfisher Lady to get a jumping salmon mid-air!

Now as well as spending my weekends stalking kingfishers, I am going to have to try to capture images of leaping fish!

Unda you leave no room for us mere mortals.


(Nice shot) - Jethro

♥♥TRIKER12 on November 2, 2011

Jethro, to capture fishes lowpin out't watter, thoo needs some wire and a coupla car batteries!

Unda J. on November 2, 2011

you know, Mike, it was funny- couple of days before we went to so called 'junction pool' where tweed meets teviot (supposed to be THE best spot for the fisherman) and the fisherman could not catch a single fish while we were watching (it was quite a while) - its like they know :D

Jethro you have too high opinion of me ;) or you just trying to be too nice :D leaping huge fish though is a spectacle and it sometimes seem they hung in the air for a while- how i couldnt get proper picture though?! i have no idea :D:D:D but to be honest i was more hoping for low lying mist over the river and some pretty scenery (does it remaind you of something?) ;) i think i just saw few shots like that in somebodys gallery ;)

i'd say to capture fish in mid-air you have to visit kelso and spend hours and hours on the river like suspicious creep :D worked for me :D

♥♥TRIKER12 on November 25, 2011

So sorry it has taken me a while to catch up here Unda. Speaking as an old angler, I know well the feeling of jumping fish while having nothing to take home for tea!!! You have done a wonderful job, maybe the BBC will want you on Springwatch???

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    by Unda J.
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