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    Red Squirrel

    Brownsea are now open again so went across yesterday and managed an hour with the red squirrels before the disruptive peacocks arrived

    Stan - LRPS, CPAGB, BPE2*

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    #2
    Nice one Stan. Was only thinking about Brownsea yesterday. I'm in the Forest next week, but think I will leave Brownsea until they fully open next month on the 14th. The only problem with the reds you are limited to shots I find - all either in the fork of that chestnut tree or on the various tree stumps. Would love to get some environmental shots of them in the tree's. - easier said than done.
    Trev

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      #3
      Very nice Stan, lovely pose.

      Bill.
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        #4
        Looking good in his winter coat and ear tufts.
        Colin

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          #5
          thanks for looking guys

          Originally posted by Trev B View Post
          Nice one Stan. Was only thinking about Brownsea yesterday. I'm in the Forest next week, but think I will leave Brownsea until they fully open next month on the 14th. The only problem with the reds you are limited to shots I find - all either in the fork of that chestnut tree or on the various tree stumps. Would love to get some environmental shots of them in the tree's. - easier said than done.
          these winter weekends dont get as busy as normal opening so a good time to go but the boat from Sandbanks is the smaller National Trust boat and only runs once an hour each way and due to the very low tide on Saturday there were no return boats between 1.45 and 4 pm which meant we had to come back at 1.45 as I was picking a new car up in the afternoon. In fact it didnt matter too much as all the birds on the lagoon were much too far away to shoot so staying longer would not have been worthwhile. Next week they are open every day for half term so I plan to go again then but of course as well as the peacocks there may be loads of screaming kits to contend with

          Stan - LRPS, CPAGB, BPE2*

          http://neptuno-photography.foliopic.com/
          flickr

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            #6
            Originally posted by Stan View Post
            thanks for looking guys



            these winter weekends dont get as busy as normal opening so a good time to go but the boat from Sandbanks is the smaller National Trust boat and only runs once an hour each way and due to the very low tide on Saturday there were no return boats between 1.45 and 4 pm which meant we had to come back at 1.45 as I was picking a new car up in the afternoon. In fact it didnt matter too much as all the birds on the lagoon were much too far away to shoot so staying longer would not have been worthwhile. Next week they are open every day for half term so I plan to go again then but of course as well as the peacocks there may be loads of screaming kits to contend with
            Thanks for Infor Stan , I did know about the boats at weekends and the restrictions on times, we leave it for a few weeks. Hope the new Aston Martin's OK was it the DBX you got
            Trev

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              #7

              Hope the new Aston Martin's OK was it the DBX you got
              unfortunately just a small Mazda
              Stan - LRPS, CPAGB, BPE2*

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                #8
                Knowing you preference for two seaters, would that "Small Mazda" not have a roof? If so sir, I envy you.
                Colin

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by colin C View Post
                  Knowing you preference for two seaters, would that "Small Mazda" not have a roof? If so sir, I envy you.
                  It is actually a small one with a roof and a replacement for my Renault Clio and is just a runaround car, I still have my fun car without a roof but that is not a Mazda but a MG TF 135
                  Stan - LRPS, CPAGB, BPE2*

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                    #10
                    Super capture Stan.....
                    Regards,

                    Jeff

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                      #11
                      Nice capture
                      Hanging on in quiet desperation is the English way

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                        #12
                        Great shot and pose
                        Gary Cantwell LSINWP

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                          #13
                          thanks guys
                          Stan - LRPS, CPAGB, BPE2*

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