Monday 1 September 2014

Besor Reservoir again

It's a great time of year to be playing around with a camera. The photos below have been cropped where necessary and some of them have been through some post processing. Went back to the Besor Reservoir this morning - still plenty of Shrikes around.

Juvenile Red-backed,


A very pin headed looking Squacco Heron,

side view, that's better.

Several Great Reed Warblers around,

and the Blue-cheeked Bee-eaters are still around. Adult and juvenile here,

with others frustratingly back lit.

This Lesser Grey Shrike was taken at 1200mm optical zoom with 2x digital zoom on top. Not a great photo but the moment was good.

Lots of Isabelline Wheatears around now too.

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