Ah an upside down Dunlin. Good shot Frank.
Great shot!My Watery Wednesday
Love the Reflection. Wonderful shot. All we have now is snow and lots of ice on the lakes and rivers.
I LOVE it, a spectacular shot.
Hahaha this is so cool!! Love it!Watery Wednesday
...the first thing I thought when I saw this photo was what a beautiful reflection. It's lovely. The reflection even captured the glint in his eye!
Beautiful shot.Sydney - City and Suburbs
This is a great shot...I love it! I posted similar pics of seagulls for Watery Wednesday a while ago...:)
Excellent capture Frank. I usually only see these from afar.
I like the way he's all fluffed up. Carol
Mirror like reflection. Wonderful shot.
Awesome capture! and Great reflection too! Double the FUN!
Excellent picture Frank and I do love its reflection... There are gone from here, we can only see turnstone (some) for the moment!
Hi Frank ....How fortunate for you to get the photo of the Dunlin and his reflection to..good for you!!
Great capture, Frank! Gotta love those reflection shots!
"All wildlife is precious, so I endeavour to enjoy every minute" I reflect on how time passes differently when I am out in the fields, woods and wetlands. Being there is enough but with your ability to capture the ambiance of the moment, such as you have done with this image, the sharing of it extends that pleasure world wide. Thanks and happy World Bird Wednesday!
A Duplicate Dunlin, you make me laugh!
Hi Everyone. Thanks for stopping by and leaving your kind comments. Hopefully I'll have some more to share from Norfolk very soon. Cheers FAB.
This is a very beautiful blog!Your picture is a wonderous reflection!World bird Yes!
Hi suzspring23. Thanks for your visit. Appreciate the commments.
Pretty shot of the Dunlin and its reflection.
Thanks very much Eileen.
Wonderful capture, I always love to see dunlin!
Cheers Pat. Not the easiest species for me to get close to.
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