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Out of the Lodge Window

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WorldInFocus
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Out of the Lodge Window

Post by WorldInFocus » Mon Dec 04, 2023 2:05 pm

HI Everyone,

Just some pictures I took out of my lodge window at Keswick Reach Lodge Retreat, Keswick in the beautiful Lake District National Park. Taken the weekend of 24th Nov 2023. Shot using a Canon R7 and a Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Contemporary lens using the Canon RF-EF convertor.

Treecreeper

Image20231125_002 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Redwing

Image20231125_013 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Image20231125_052 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Image20231125_058 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Image20231125_063 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Image20231125_056 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Great Tit

Image20231125_020 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Image20231125_021 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Goldcrest

Image20231125_026 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Siskin

Image20231126_092 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Image20231126_082 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Image20231126_091 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Image20231126_096 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Image20231125_030 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Blue Tit

Image20231126_100 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Image20231126_101 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Redpoll

Image20231126_084 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Song Thrush

Image20231125_009 by Ian Cramman, on Flickr

Hope you like the pictures.

Cheers,

Ian C

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Pune
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Re: Out of the Lodge Window

Post by Pune » Tue Dec 05, 2023 3:11 pm

Great selection, thanks for sharing.
Cheers
Pune :thumb:
If you can keep your head whilst all around are losing theirs, you have probably completely misread the situation!!

Condor68
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Re: Out of the Lodge Window

Post by Condor68 » Sat Dec 09, 2023 10:16 pm

We have a Sparrow Hawk visit quite regularly and last week my wife Laura woke me after I fell asleep watching football,and there he was sitting in the middle of the lawn munching a sparrow/starling ran length of house dived into cupboard got camera raced back and he was still there magic.Tried to take pic and found focussing ring fell out with multiple rings spinning round lens casing.First time this has happened within yards of kitchen window .In saying that these were great pictures.If the superglue doesnt work its a new lens but it was worth it seeing it in the garden.

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Re: Out of the Lodge Window

Post by dragonchaser » Sun Dec 10, 2023 7:36 am

Stunning shots! You definitely found the right lodge to view from, the Song Thrush is a favourite for me.

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