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Author 'Lumixane' A voir (Id 23133 ) : I have nothing else in the store that the Robin for the moment, I wisely expect the Sun to continue my photos of various birds, otherwise I end all evacuating, it is too dull!

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> Natureln >Reply Oct 29, 2010
Say it is a sacred brat into reality! And it takes a little angel poses, how secretive! Thank you for the beautiful picture!
> Evie [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 26, 2009
Its unique colors dance in the sun, light charged on her neck reminds us that it is a brilliant singer! It seems we will see his little beak open in not very long after his inspection of bird careful ... God it is beautiful! It is ideally placed, the papattes hidden in the soft down feathers of his ball, the rest, he is not worried, he is happy ... And therefore we!
> Evie [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 11, 2009
I might surprise you but it seems to me that this beautiful robin deprived of his legs had to be won outright 'cut' in two (horizontally of course, cropped depending ...).
> Géna >Reply Feb 03, 2009
Anne, this Robin is really well presented. Thank you for this beautiful wallpaper: 4:: 6:
> Aesir >Reply Apr 16, 2008
This red-throat is more true than true, compliment.
I myself have in the '93' a mini garden into which come red-throat, greenfinch, blue tit, wood pigeon, the blackbird and thrush on a daily basis these 2 here - and many others spend a few time... And I feast on their presence.
See you soon and most importantly keep these beautiful photos.
Best regards to you.
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Mar 01, 2008
What a splendid 'Red-throat familiar' (Erythacus rubecula) : its colours are very clearly developed, and his posture is perfect. Bravo Anne and thank you.
> >Reply Feb 07, 2008
This photo is magnificent, keep make also wonderful. BYE
> J-p >Reply Feb 01, 2008
This is Perfect. Really beautiful birds, this is a pleasure, to have a background screen. Thank you.
> Linedetoulon >Reply Dec 06, 2007
One can only 'bâder' these pretty p'tites balls of feathers
I have some in my garden, and with their girlfriends tits, it's pushing under the foliage I looove them
> Cheyenne >Reply Mar 10, 2007
This is a very nice photo sue, I just print for the presentation of my daughter. Thank you very much.
> Les rouges >Reply Feb 09, 2007
This is a superb photo : I love it too it is a kind of bird, lol !
> Ytram >Reply Feb 03, 2007
May be photographing this type of bird with its legs fragile, and its plumage 'puffy air' when it heats up in the sun would have magnified his fragility and his gracilité, but pohto superb all the same.
> Cleg [G] [P] [C] >Reply Jan 29, 2007
It is superb... Think to feed them in the winter ! Seeds but also grease balls !
> Minou >Reply Jan 20, 2007
I love all your photos, too beautiful pioupious ! No, I'm not going to catch them to eat them, although I am a cat, I'm a cat lover and nature lover !
> Mat.kloc [G] [P] [C] >Reply Dec 23, 2006
How did you take this red-george close. It is beautiful ! I love it ! Big kisses !
> Guylaine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Dec 18, 2006
It is plump and nice this bird. Colors net for this photo very successful as always.
> Evalias >Reply Dec 17, 2006
Your patience allows us to see beautiful images, thank you and continuous, we cannot get enough of.
> Heuzeja [G] [P] [C] >Reply Dec 16, 2006
I find it more beautiful but also more and more big, a plan was necessary because it no longer has the strength to stand on her legs... The sparrow is well highlighted by the lighting, nice shot.
> Marcel >Reply Dec 16, 2006
The framing is suitable, even if the eye of the bird is in the centre ! The colors and sharpness are well. He comes to do his little pose before lunch ?
> A.nanouk >Reply Dec 16, 2006
I find it also SUPERB. I will make the same comment that Hubert35... Why not put it in 1024/768 ? Back to the bird, it has a great patience. I also have a red throat that frequent my garden. I love the see 'his gym' on the balustrade of the terrace.
> Hubert35 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Dec 16, 2006
It is very beautiful but in these conditions why don't we put it immediately in 1024*768. The fact how much you paid for the installation and I hope thou hast made his legs after !
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