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  • Through my kitchen window

    Not a rare bird but not one I've ever seen in my back garden.


    Grey Wagtail by Andrew Peter Martin, on Flickr


    Grey Wagtail, probably would have been a bit better if it wasn't through glass.
    Last edited by andym; 16-03-19, 05:22 PM.
    Being left handed my brain sometimes works sdrawkcab

    All the best

    Andy

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    Re: Through my kitchen window

    Smashing image. These birds are more usually seen along river banks and where fast water is flowing.
    A very clean and colourful little bird, showing the normal flicking tail, common in all Wagtails.

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      Re: Through my kitchen window

      Shooting through kitchen windows seems to be an emerging trend


      Nice result, Andy!


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