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Common Blue Damselfy

A common blue damselfly gladly displaying a little bit of patience for me which is a very unusual event.  All taken, hand held, with a Nikon D750 and my trusted Tamron 90mm macro lens.

 

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Red Kite Perched

A few shots of a stunning Red Kite taken in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.

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A Red Kite Happily Perched and Posing

I’ve finally found an area where I have regular visits from the local Red Kites.  Patience is key and the reward is this beautiful individual happily perched for me in stunning early evening light.

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RAF Tornado Flypast

Three RAF Tornado jets on a flypast over a very grey RAF Halton in Buckinghamshire.  Following 40 years of active service the Tornados are retiring and being replaced by the Typhoon and the F-35 Lightning.  To say the ambient lighting was poor is an understatement, a break in the clouds would have been great, but hey-ho!

 

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Muntjac Deer

A couple of shots of a lone Muntjac deer taken at Western Turville Reservoir in Buckinghamshire.

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Grey Heron in Flight

A few shots of a grey heron in flight, taken at Western Turville reservoir in Buckinghamshire.

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Red Kite in Flight

A few shots of a Red Kite in flight, taken at Hughenden Manor in Buckinghamshire.

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