26 August 2014

Flycatchers

 

A flycatcher in Lappeenranta 21.6.2014


and another in Laajalahti, Espoo 28.6.2014.

I'm linking to Wild Bird Wednesday.



50 comments:

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    1. Thank you Theresa! Yes, they are. :-)

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  2. We have a different species of flycatcher here but have enjoyed many afternoons and evenings watching our dip and dive around the front yard.

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  3. I've missed out on seeing any here this year but delighted to see yours.

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  4. Adoro os pássaros, lindos.
    bjs
    http://eueminhasplantinhas.blogspot.com.br/

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  5. Great flycatcher and beautiful photos.

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  6. Great photos of beautiful little birds.

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  7. Sweet. You did good capturing it still and quiet. For me, they're most difficult to find through the lens...and when I do, they're off to some other branch or catching insects.

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    1. Thank you Anni! I didn't manage many good shots either. :-)

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  8. Zwei ganz wundervolle Vogelfotos.

    GLG Mathilda ♥

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  9. Very pretty flycatcher, the lighting on the second is beautiful. Great shots.

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  10. Beautiful captures of this little bird.

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  11. They sure are cute! You got some good shots!

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  12. Sweet little bird...good captures Gunilla!

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  13. The Pied Flycatchers blend in so well in the shady trees. You did so well to get such lovely photos Gunilla.

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  14. Lovely bird I do not see here

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  15. Hi Gunilla!:) Your photos of the sweet Flycatcher are wonderful. Lovely warm light in the first shot, and such sharp images of both.
    Best Regards.

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  16. Flycatchers all over the world have one thing in common - they are difficult to photograph well! But you did a brilliant job, Gunilla!

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  17. Lovely photos! I especially like the pine tree as a setting.

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  18. What charming birds, these 2 Flycatchers~

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  19. Love that first shot in particular

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  20. Ohhhh .... that first picture is truly visionary sich.
    Beautifully with the green. My compliments.

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  21. Fantastic little birds. They're one of my favourite summer arrivals here in the UK. Always a joy to see.

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