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I have been wanting to capture a photo of a deer in the wild for a long long time. I've taken photo's of deer in nature reserves and parks but...
I've been to the Stephan Langton Inn and very nice it is too, no idea how it's pronounced but I would say Stefan.
I will hopefully get up there again yes.
No, just this one little one. He kept disappearing into the undergrowth so I assumed there was a den (is that the right term?) in there.
I would like 40 x zoom, I have 30 at the moment. How do you manage without a viewfinder? I use mine 90% of the time, I don't like only having a...
I'm the same, can only cope with a compact. Your pictures are always much clearer than mine, what camera do you have? It could be that I'm not so...
Sat watching this little one the other evening. I was at quite a distance so camera was zoomed in to it's maximum hence why a little...
Saw a few of these on a path through a park today. I've googled it and think it's a peacock butterfly caterpillar.
Please feel free to critique both of my pieces. I obviously know my inspiration for writing them but would be interested to know what others get...
I think this is a yellowhammer having googled it. I'm not sure I've seen one before. [ATTACH]
Ok, here goes. I'm not completely happy with the way the start of the poem is structured but have struggled to change it so it will have to stay...
That's great. Do you write a lot?
Thank you, I'll have a read through that thread later.
I'm not sure I want to be the first to post. But would love to read anyone else's, someone who is more brave than me!
I would be!
Does anybody write poetry and know of a good forum for a complete beginner like me?! I have always enjoyed poetry and have occasionally made up...
Okay, I'm going with dunnock now! I've looked at some pictures and it does look like them. The head definitely looks like this one.
Yes, I'm thinking robin now too. It's amazing how different they can look from different angles and in different light.
Here's a blurry one. It's the wings that made me think sparrow.
It was about the size of an adult sparrow so that would be too small for a young thrush wouldn't it?