89.Pauline Greenhalgh(non-registered)
It looks like you had good time and good weather out in the isles!
88.David(non-registered)
I'm totally in awe: very, very envious of both your skills and the places you've been spending time to use them. I especially like your short eared owls and dippers (and have added a link to your SEOs from my blog - I hope that's ok). They're some of the finest bird shots I've seen, and utterly inspirational for a beginner like me. Looking forward to return visits to this site season by season.
86.Mark Medcalf(non-registered)
Great photos David, like the little goldcrests and the GC Grebes fighting is amazing, not seen that before.
85.Pauline(non-registered)
Love the foxes - especially 'Peep'! How magical it must be to have one in the garden - we get excited with a hedgehog - we'd be ecstatic with a fox!!!
84.Robert Gall(non-registered)
David, I stumbled across your site almost by accident. I was extremely impressed by your work. Your images are amazing. I too have been a student of photography for over 50 years. I have rarely seen wildlife photographed so well. I would like to learn more about your technique. I live in Orlando Florida and have become more interested in wildlife lately. I doubt that I shall ever approach your quality.
83.Colin Souness(non-registered)
A lot of stunning pictures your a talented man who has obviously put in a lot of time ,effort and patience and your reward is these wonderful photographs well done.
82.David Shallcross
A wonderful site David, your photography is top notch Best regardsDS
79.pete harrison(non-registered)
see it was worth the wait for the black redstart today well done dave impressive,see you around pete.
78.Steve Seal(non-registered)
ust spent a most enjoyable hour going through some of your images , makes me think Iam wasting my time truly amazing photography David.
Best wishes Steve .
77.Pauline Greenhalgh(non-registered)
The dipper against the red and yellow water is THE SHOT! Would look fab as a large canvas on the wall! Magnifico!
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