Menornothological [men-orr-no-though-logical]; the condition of figuring out how to photograph birds

...you note a long overdue return to appropriate titling...  I don't promise to keep it up. That is a prerogative of menopolyxinaemia.  Remember that?  Anyhoo.

Patience paid off.  Aitch was shown how to do it.  Needless to say I have kept the absolute best for MY TAKE..

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...all right, may be that last one isn't so hot...  I can't get over the size of the pigeons, though, after the delicate ones of OZ and India!!  

4 comments:

  1. Is the pretty little bird a kind of sparrow?

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  2. That bird is so pretty! Do you know what kind it is?

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  3. Awww, a Christmas robin. :-) So sweet. Yes, our pigeons are rather large and very greedy birds.

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  4. Hari Om
    As Perpetua has pointed out, the little one is the famous Robin, red-breasted UK variety which makes its way onto many a Christmas card... One of the prettiest warbles in the avian world, too!!

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