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Old 22nd May 2010
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Willow warblers

I have been told these are willow warblers. Very cute anyway...







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Re: Willow warblers

No1 and No3 are very nice.I see these are not in the site gallery.Be interested in what camera and lens.Also interested in the EXIF.

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Re: Willow warblers

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No1 and No3 are very nice.I see these are not in the site gallery.Be interested in what camera and lens.Also interested in the EXIF.

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Re: Willow warblers

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No1 and No3 are very nice.I see these are not in the site gallery.Be interested in what camera and lens.Also interested in the EXIF.

Well done.
If you install IExif viewer, you can see the exif with a right click....

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Re: Willow warblers

Hi Alexs

Nice shots, lovely bird.

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Re: Willow warblers

Great shots them, nothing around for me today except a little bank vole
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Re: Willow warblers

A beautiful set. I only seem to catch them in the tree tops and my shots come out as silhouettes against the sky.
I can see why Andy likes 1 & 3 best but for identifiication purposes 2 is a cracker.
Thanks for sharing.

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Re: Willow warblers

Nice shots of what tend to be quite shy birds

Well done

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Re: Willow warblers

Great "subtle" exposures.....No 2 looks a bit soft though.....but still wish I could nab anything even 1/2 as good.
Spent all morning peering through reeds for the Warblers ....failed to get anything though...oh well...

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