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  1. Long-tailed tit by Keith M, on Flickr Juvenile Pied Wagtail by Keith M, on Flickr
  2. Absolutely stunning shot Tillman.
  3. Thanks guys. I was pleased with the shot and the image quality at ISO 6400.
  4. Not quite as spectacular as an eagle! A common tern with it's catch. Fishing by Keith M, on Flickr
  5. +1 superb set of photos Tony. Great wildlife.
  6. Robin perched at the edge of the woods Robin by Keith M, on Flickr
  7. Cute little visitor to the garden: Hedgehog by Keith M, on Flickr
  8. They are cute I got another shot of one in our garden tonight: Hedgehog by Keith M, on Flickr
  9. Tongue Out by Keith M, on Flickr
  10. We've been seeing up to 3 a night for the last few months. They were around last year before hibernating. I like to feed them - and they like being fed! Usually it's too dark to get a photo by the time they arrive but last night one came round earlier so I popped out with the camera and got this: Hedgehog by Keith M, on Flickr
  11. Hovering Common Tern by Keith M, on Flickr
  12. Thanks Ben. I was wondering where I'd got to as well! Seemed like forever since I was out with the camera. That Nikon 500 pf is a stunning lens. Amazing image quality in a tiny lightweight package. It would be a perfect match for your high res D850 or a crop sensor camera.
  13. Another shot of the juvenile grey wagtail. This time feeding on an unlucky damselfly. Despite being young this bird was a great hunter and caught several damselflies in flight. Grey Wagtail by Keith M, on Flickr
  14. It's definitely the best I've ever had.
  15. Thanks guys. I use the Sony A9 with the 200-600mm lens. For this shot I had the 1.4x teleconverter attached for a bit more reach.