On my new permission

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I managed to aquire permission to shoot over a large pasture at last, took me a while to find the owner & puely by chance I spoke to her daughter whilst looking over the dry stone ( obviously I didnt know the girl) and I said to her who owns this land? AsI would like to get permission to go into this pasture sit against the wall and photograph the birds- she kindly rang her mum and hey presto, NEW permission - lots of Brambles and an old dry stone wall perfect for lots of species @Elver

Here's a few of the locals - face down in the old Pop up hide - hand held Sony a7Riii + Sony 200-600mm lens- uncomfortable - must take chair and tripod + 1.4 teleconverter next visit :)<

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DSC09996 Wheatear male by Les Moxon, on Flickr

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DSC00130 Wheatear female 2 by Les Moxon, on Flickr

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DSC00127 This is private land you know by Les Moxon, on Flickr

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DSC00072 Portrait of a Wheatear by Les Moxon, on Flickr

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DSC00054 Wheatear female by Les Moxon, on Flickr

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DSC00020 Male Wheatear on the pasture by Les Moxon, on Flickr

Thanks for looking- comments critique & abuse greatfully received :)

Les
 
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- My! My! - just what do you get up to in the pop-up hide, Les?:p
- terrific set by the way (y)

Russ

Ha ha lets get things straight here- the girl DID NOT come into my hide nor did her Mum, just fior clarity- thanks for the comments Russ and as they say in Yorkshire
" if you don't ask - you don't get"

I asked for permission and my request was gratefully accepted

Les :)
 
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