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Robert Withey Photography / 1,043 items

N 140 B 495 C 24 E Feb 6, 2017 F Jan 26, 2022
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This is one I've had to revisit in order to make one or two necessary changes. As with many shots, it was a case of being in the right place at the right time. I hope you like it!

N 708 B 18.1K C 113 E Jan 1, 2022 F Jan 22, 2022
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This is my new neighbour's cat on the fence gingerly peering into my garden on a bright sunny New Year's day morning. I need to find out its proper name and breed. In the meantime I have called 'her' Molly.

Have since found out his name is Leo!

N 252 B 1.8K C 217 E Jan 30, 2019 F Jan 21, 2022
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Red kites are handsome birds, particularly at winter against a backdrop of snow. They are also very acrobatic in flight, which is a marvel to watch.

In medival times they were a familar sight in towns, scavenging on what they could find. In the UK in more recent times they were reduced to a mere handful of pairs, but through a programme of introduction have greatly increased. Those in Wales however, where this one was photographed, are descendants of the native species.

Many thanks for your comments. Have a great week!

N 136 B 684 C 12 E Feb 15, 2020 F Jan 14, 2022
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This brightly coloured fish is found in the Western region of the Pacific Ocean. It gets its name from its colouration, but also its blue tusk-like teeth, which it uses when feeding on crustaceans and mollusks, and the like. A relatively small fish it grows to about 7-8 inches long.

Thank you for all your support and encouragement. Have a great weekend!

N 151 B 1.0K C 26 E Jan 22, 2021 F Jan 13, 2022
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Whooper swans (cygnus cygnus) spend most of their time in subarctic waters of the Northern Hemisphere, where they breed. As it might tell from their wings they are powerful in flight. Each winter they migrate south in large flocks, flying hundreds and sometimes thousands of miles. Those which arrive in Ireland and Britain come from Iceland. They announce their presence in the estuaries and wetlands where they settle with a deep honking sound.

Some interesting facts:
1. they are the national bird of Finland
2. couples pair for life
3. considered to be the heaviest bird in flight
4. fly are great altitudes, up to 8,000 ft



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