Always mesmerising. Forever beautiful. We came across this Firecrest feeding in a conifer on a Norfolk Birding Tour the other week. We watched it, as always, completely spellbound.
Very challenging to capture, congratulation for this shot! Pefect!
Thank you Thomas. Praise indeed. Any person who takes photographs will know however that any shot will always be less than perfect – always striving for better.
Nice shot you have wait to get the right shot before it fly’s away.Derrick
Thanks Derrick. Yip a measure of patience required when photographing any wildlife… and a big slice of luck!
Hello, I have been receiving updates on your blog by email every day for about a year now, and it has only recently come to me that perhaps you could do some sort of tour or day trip? I am just wondering because my grandfather is very ill at the moment as has recently lost the sight in one eye along with many other things, but absolutely loves nature and wildlife and has done all his life. I think it would make him ever so happy if he was able to experience some of the outside world again instead of being stuck indoors which he hates most, and is very down and depressed due to this. if you personally cant do anything to help, perhaps you have some suggestions or ideas? Kind Regards, Emily Gasparro Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2014 18:02:45 +0000 To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily I’m sure I can help. I will email you separately in a little while. – Best regards Carl
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