Friday, 23 January 2015

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS - Newtown Nature Reseerve

Following on from yesterday’s post, these are some reflection images I found at Newtown Nature Reserve on the Isle of Wight. There is a video at the end showing Dark bellied Geese in flight and also feeding in a field as well as showing you the area and why the birds were disturbed.



Redshank


Little Egret


Dark bellied Brent Geese.  
You will see them better if you watch the video at the end.



On the video at the beginning and in yesterday's video you will see there are thousand so birds on the water however when the canoes appear, most of the birds all disperse.

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30 comments:

  1. Some grand reflections here. Have a good weekend.

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  2. Those wast fields are really dreamlike, and the birds must be enjoying their life there.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  3. Beautiful series of photos, Margaret.
    The video is beautiful, really enjoy this.
    Best regards, Irma

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  4. Hi,Nice captures. I like the third photo very much. I also enjoyed your video. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Hello Margaret, great photos from your visit to the reserve.. I love the Redshank and the pretty Egret. Have a happy weekend!

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  6. Great photos. I love your egret ones. Ours never stick around long enough for me to get my camera out. Well done.

    Have a nice weekend.

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  7. I especially like that last one with the sunlight in his wing feather and the soft reflection on the water! blessings ~ tanna

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  8. Beautiful shots Margaret, and what an amazing number of birds in the video. Looks as if they don' t really enjoy company too much. Hope your new year is going well so far. Hard to believe Feb is nearly here already.

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  9. Nice bird pics. Great capture of the white bird beginning his flight.

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  10. A fine series and an interesting video. What a great place to do some boating.

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  11. Great reflections. I especially like that last shot.
    Have a lovely weekend Margaret

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  12. Looks like a nice variety of wading birds on your outing, and a very pretty day too.

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  13. Love the one of the Egret looking like it's off for a run!

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  14. Redshank and Egret are my favorites! I love the egret walking all fluffed out!

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  15. I like the egret reflection.

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  16. There are some lovely shots in here, Margaret and the Brent geese are grazers like our own Canadian Geese. I enjoyed the video bu,t like you, was sorry to see the birds scared off by the canoes. I don't know if there is any way to avoid that, but it would be nice :)

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  17. pretty reflections, i love the egret!!!!

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  18. Gorgeous reflections Margaret, the video was mesmerizing, I love watching big flocks of birds flying this way and that in formation, amazing how there aren't any collisions when they change direction so suddenly :)

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  19. You got some beautiful reflections to share with us this weekend. I hope you have a great one.

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  20. I love all your bird photos and the video too, we have a lot of brant here.

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  21. Beautiful place and reflections !

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  22. Love seeing the egret in motion. That must have been a total thrill for Annika!

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  23. It is always fun to watch the wildlife.

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  24. What a beautiful place to visit, love the reflection of the egret.

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  25. Thank you for coming in my MagaZin !
    Jolie réflection .
    Biz

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  26. the Brent goose is a lovely goose :) Thanks for sharing. :)

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  27. Wonderful photos! I especially like the last one of the egret.
    The View from the Top of the Ladder

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