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Bad Day to be an Insect

Lots of birds were busy collecting food for their young at Carlton Marshes today. The first two shots show a Sedge Warbler with two damselflies and below them is a Reed Warbler with a Crane Fly.

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Re: Bad Day to be an Insect

Great shots. Watching Springwatch it's amazing what food comes into nests!
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Re: Bad Day to be an Insect

Good effort Ron, be nice to see what sort of shots you could get with proper kit!
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Re: Bad Day to be an Insect

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Good effort Ron, be nice to see what sort of shots you could get with proper kit!
Yes, I would like to trade it in for something decent but I would be embarrassed accepting money for such a useless pile of junk.

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Re: Bad Day to be an Insect

The birds wouldn't know which way to turn around here this week. We had a huge 'hatching' of Mayflies at the weekend. In places buildings are covered, imagine 100+ on a door or a couple of hundred on a window. It's probably 12 years since I last saw numbers like this.
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Re: Bad Day to be an Insect

Nicely themed set.
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Re: Bad Day to be an Insect

Nice set. The first Sedge Warbler for me.
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Re: Bad Day to be an Insect

Marvellous shots Ron, can't pick between them really.
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