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    Posted: 12 September 2020 at 19:32
Or was it a grand illusion?

Kingfishers are notoriously shy, but yesterday was different.


1. There!



2. No there!



3. What about that one?



4. Or that?



5. And that?



6. And there!



7. It was all a blur!



8. Someone was having fun



9. And I think it was this one



10. No, that one!



Even as I was leaving Huntley

11. There was this one




I think I was played. At the very least, there were two creatures having fun. And I'm not sure who was having the most fun. Thanks for looking.
 



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Very good catch Winston! Only #3 looks a bit "glued to the background", rest is quite good indeed. TFS .
Respect. Observe. Capture. Enjoy.
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Thanks Michel. Number 3 was processed normally - I guess due to happenstance (backlight) it sort of looks glued on. There are actually two kingfishers at the park when I took the pictures. I didn't know that until I returned two days later, when I saw two of them flying together. Still, I never saw the kingfishers in such varied locations in Huntley. Probably because I never really looked this hard (for them) before.
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