What a beakful

I spent a couple of hours at the brook this morning and had a mixed viewing of the kingfishers. At one point I didn't see them for absolutely ages and then they were back and forth. However, I think they were trying to fool me as they didn't land on the usual perch very much and decided to hang out on a few twiggy bits so I had to be a bit cunning myself! Also 2 people walked along the other side of the brook with a dog and passed right above the perch. I didn't want to make eye contact as I didn't want to tell them what I was trying to photograph. Also Robin, the owner of the land where I sit came along with a teacher from the school in the next village as they are planning on bringing some school children over to see Robin's bee hives. I shall have to remember that they are likely to be there in two weeks time. I must avoid going as I won't get a chance to see these beautiful birds with noisy children around.

Thanks for getting yesterday's young blackbird on PP and for all your kind comments and Favs - it is always much appreciated.
Stunning shot, I am sure you will still have many oportunities to see the Bluey's. Fav!
posted May 14th, 2018  
Another beauty! Fav!
posted May 14th, 2018  
Great timing and capture. Fav!! 😀
posted May 14th, 2018  
Amazing :) fav
posted May 14th, 2018  
Great capture.
posted May 15th, 2018  
What a big catch!
posted May 15th, 2018  
What a great shot - your timing was terrific.
posted May 15th, 2018  
Yes, that certainly is a full beak! Excellent timing! :-)
posted May 15th, 2018  
fabutlous shot Rosie
posted May 15th, 2018  
The most amazing shot Rosie!
posted May 17th, 2018  
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