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  1. JohnBW83

    Great crested grebe

    One from this mornings walk.
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    Resting fly

    Resting fly.
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    Male house sparrow

    Thank you.
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    Male house sparrow

    Here is one of the male house sparrows using our back garden feeders this morning. House Sparrow wm by John Lindsey Photography, on Flickr
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    Drone fly on a cosmos flower.

    Bee hard at work wm by John Lindsey Photography, on Flickr
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    Busy bee

    Pollen Collecting wm by John Lindsey Photography, on Flickr
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    GSXR

    GSXR
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    Ducati 1199

    Ducati 1199
  9. JohnBW83

    Get a room you two!

    Get a room you two!
  10. JohnBW83

    Busy Bee

    Many thanks
  11. JohnBW83

    Ladybird

    Thank you mate.
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    Ladybird

    Ladybird
  13. JohnBW83

    Green bottle

    Green bottle
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    Young Great tit

    Thank you very much.
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    Young Great tit

    Young Great Tit
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    Common red soldier beetle [emoji221]

    Common red soldier beetle [emoji221]
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    Hanging On

    Hanging on.
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    Busy Bee

    Busy Bee [emoji219]
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    Gosling in monochrome

    Gosling in monochrome.
  20. JohnBW83

    Out wth my new Sony a7ii

    Very welcome.
  21. JohnBW83

    Out wth my new Sony a7ii

    Fantastic set Les. Stunning.
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    Feeding young starling

    Feeding young starling. Feeding Starling wm by John Lindsey Photography, on Flickr
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    Great tit

    Great tit. Great Tit by John Lindsey Photography, on Flickr
  24. JohnBW83

    Another young starling on your feeders

    Another young starling on our feeders.
  25. JohnBW83

    Young Starling

    Lovely Les mate.
  26. JohnBW83

    Young starlings getting bigger.

    I will take a look mate.
  27. JohnBW83

    Young starlings getting bigger.

    Thank you Les mate. I have been watching this since the started using my feeders.
  28. JohnBW83

    Young starlings getting bigger.

    Yes i hear the numbers are in decline. We have a fair few using our feeders daily. Always nice to watch.
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