Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Quiet Day with Bloody End

Had to wait in for the newly aquired Nikon 300mm F4 which I intend using as my walkabout lens. It duly arrived, spotless condition two weeks old only, £250 off bargain!!! Used it in some Snow Bunting images and first impressions are good. The diggers were doing their usual this morning carving up Marazion Marsh (RSPB and British Rail and danger of this activity ceasing or actually being sorted?) No sign of Bittern today, plenty of water rail, etc. A long distance shot of a long tailed tit gets on the blog as I haven't seen them for a while.  Resident Kestrel was hunting at Marazion. Nothing in photo distance at Ryan's Field so onto todays images:

Stonechat looking good in the early morning light

Long Tailed Tit

Snow Bunting

Snow Bunting

Little Grebe with fish

Kestrel with prey

Kestrel dishing up supper.

6 comments:

Ashley Hugo said...

I have got to look out for this Kestrel next time in down at Maza!! You have some Superb images there, and good luck with the 300mm

Mark Whittaker said...

Lovely .. Kestrel shots are superb

holdingmoments said...

Cracking set Bob.
The ones of the Kestrel are great captures.

Anthony Miners said...

cracking kestrel images, love the colours and sharp images.

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Kestrel images are superb and of course those lovely Snow Buntings. What a great looking little bird is your Stonechat~

JRandSue said...

Outstanding images Bob,love the colours of the Kestrel,lovely stuff.
John.