I also spent more time processing the 348 Waxwing shots that I took yesterday . Speaking of which , I neglected to mention last post that not long after the Common Buzzard sighting , a Peregrine did a low fly through , no doubt hoping for a Waxwing breakfast . Mid afternoon , we also had a sighting of a male Blackcap .
Apologies now to anyone fed up with Waxwing shots , but I am posting a few of the unusual shots , and a couple of my favourites , that I have found amongst the many , just with a caption to each , linked to the text of yesterday's post :
One of the many 'smash and grab raids' on the Privet berries .
One of my favourites . 'Let me at them Privet berries' .I'm posting this shot for a fellow blogger , I hope he likes it !One of the acrobatic immature birds .Close up of those fabulous colours , with the red spots of 'wax' , from which they are named .
Soaking up the the brief warmth of the late afternoon sun .
Right , that's it with the Waxwing shots , unless of course , another flock turns up !