Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Song Thrushes and Blackbird

Just a quick post today, over the Easter holidays I visited Kensington Gardens on a couple of days hoping to photograph the Great-crested Grebes. The light was great and there was lovely mist over the water, but the Grebes refused close except for occasions.

Instead, I found a Song Thrush that was flying down onto the grass to collect worms and then taking then back to, presumably, its nest, in the hedge.




While waiting for the Thrushes to return from the hedge, a Blackbird was also feeding in the grass.


There will be no new images appearing until June as AS levels start on Monday, so I'm going to have my head down for the next couple of weeks!

Thanks for looking.

5 comments:

  1. All the best for the exams Oscar - it's worth the sacrifice. Lovely blackbird on the grass.

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  2. Beautiful shots Oscar, lovely depth of field control.

    Good luck in your exams,

    All the best,

    Dawn.

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  3. Lovely pictures and awesome photography.

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