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    Default River Otter at Dotton Bridge

    Someone told me there were three Cattle Egrets on the River Otter this morning, so over I went.
    Never even saw a Blackbird leave alone Cattle Egrets in the three hours I spent there. Rather then go home empty handed I got this.

    541 - Dotton Bridge 541-09-2018 by Trev Bartlett MBE, on Flickr
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    Stunning and better than a snapshot of something feathered any day

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    Great shot, well worth 3 hours of searching & on such a lovely river. Only thing wrong with it is the Himalayan Balsem in the foreground, hate the stuff.

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    Lovely shot Trev, nice composition.

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    Default Re: River Otter at Dotton Bridge

    Thanks, John, David, Bill for your comment and all who took a look


    Quote Originally Posted by Daisy M View Post
    . Only thing wrong with it is the Himalayan Balsem in the foreground, hate the stuff.
    Himalayan Balsem is a major problem on the Otter, on the lower sections its completely taken over - quite agree with your comment
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    Default Re: River Otter at Dotton Bridge

    Lovely Shot

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    Very nice Trev
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    Hi Trev
    Lovely hues and clarity in this fine image ��

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    Thanks Tom, Steve, Tynnwrlluniaku for your feedback
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    Lovely clean and beautifully composed image, Trevor.
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