Saturday, 12 February 2011

Carnsew,Hayle and Marazion.

A poor return so far this month and I did not get much today either.  I did catch up with the Slavonian Grebe at Carnsew but just record shots as it was almost out of camera range. Ryan's Field was covered in Lapwing and Gulls but nothing out of the ordinary.  By the time I arrived at Marazion the wind had picked up and it was looking pretty windswept and most wildlife had taken shelter, so I followed suit and went home. Here are the images from today:

Turnstone

Slavonian Grebe

Robin in full song

Lapwing in great lighting

Gull descending onto Ryan's Field

Redshank with a tasty morsel

Oyster Catcher across windswept Marazion.

7 comments:

Anthony Miners said...

First and sixth images my favourite Bob, super images hope you havn't given up on the Bittern's i'm expecting some to be present when i'm down in a couple of weeks.

Dominic Gendron said...

Great serie! The singing robin is so hot!

Phil said...

That oyk looks in a very unusual flight mode Bob, you captured it just at the right moment there.

Mary Howell Cromer said...

The Turnstone and Robin are Fantastic Bob. Have a great week!

Tabib said...

Yes that Robin is my pick, love the inflight too.

Anouk van der Zee said...

Great shots! Especially the Robbin!

Seasons said...

Soon after following Tabib's blog, found yours. Both of you give us a chance to see birds and know their names, we just could not otherwise. Thanks Bob.