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Old 28th October 2018
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Re: Birdies in my front yard.

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Originally Posted by Dave in Wales View Post
Bah....You're spoilt you are....!

Birds like paint pallets and gorgeous wall to wall sunshine.

Come up here to the 'gloom' and try and do similar with a sparrow on a dull rainy day.....I just dare ya.

Beautiful shots, I'm green with envy.

Dave
Yes,we may well be a bit spoilt. But if you want to meet a bunch of seriously spoilt photographers, pay a visit to New Zealand. As is to be expected of a green, lush country situated right in the middle of the "Roaring 40s", it rains a lot...... But the sun also shines a lot..... Through a sky that has had all the dust washed out of it by the rain. Take a good pair of sunglasses, a wide-brimmed hat and loads of sun block cream.

Be prepared for naturally saturated blues and greens with grand snow-capped mountains. Sands from volcanic black on the west coast to creamy white on the east coast.

A total photographic sensory overload!
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