I have been sifting through my blog photograph folder, a stash where I organise photos for inclusion in my various blogs. I was surprised to find a number unused, why I don’t know, but quite a few never actually made it to the blog for 2013. It’s always fun to look through the photo files, evoking memories and pondering how I might get better shots of some species in the future. Taking half decent photos is as much about giving yourself opportunities as anything else, so for me luck is on my side as a guide, where I am able to spend so much time looking and marvelling at wildlife.
Anyway here I am posting a few photos from the cutting room floor, photos that for some reason I did not think were good enough to make the cut. The ones here are taken in Spain and compliment the last blog, where I showcased a few highlights for 2013 in my local patch. Hoping you enjoy this latest offering.
|Broad Scarlet Crocothemis erythraea|
|1st winter male Chaffinch|
|Adult female Blackbird|
|Red Deer Stag - the roar for the rutt|
|Goldfinch [female] after bathing in the Rio Guadiaro|
|Spanish Fritillery & Large White|
|1st winter White Wagtail [male]|
|Rufous Bush Robin [male] or for the purist Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin!|
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