Common Kingfisher

This is the first in a series of posts following a day in a hide photographing the stunning kingfisher in Worcestershire.  Ably assisted by professional photographer Tom Way (www.tomwayphotography.co.uk), we spent a full day in the hide and were rewarded with around 8 visits.  The following shots of a female kingfisher were taken in low light and in heavy rain at around 1213hrs.

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14 thoughts on “Common Kingfisher”

  1. Wonder why my like did not show initially. I love these, have not been able to capture nice enough pics yet, we have a giant and pied kingfishers hanging out on the rocks by the ocean. Stunning shots.

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