Photo-a-Day (Monday, 30th December, 2013)
What a cracking shot, perfect composition. The Robin nice & sharp while the background is well out of focus. This is the difference in a photograph & a point & shoot. Cracking shot well done Ron
Nice shot Ron. I have been trying for ages to get a good robin shot!
Thanks, Ron. I was missing my annual robin picture! Haven't even had one on a Christmas card this year!
Lovely Ron...there is nothing that says winter more than a lovely little robin...cheers!!
brilliant picture Ron something you would see on a calendar
I Like this photo Ron, just right for the season!
Good one Ron, Spent some time there myself last week.
Ron,this is lovely...thank you.
Very nice Ron.
it's been said before this robin could be in birkdale for all we know. or it could be taken from a nat geo mag come on wigan world get a grip .....what with easter just round the corner
Nasty Arry. You calling me a liar again .Watch it.
Hello Harry. Happy New Year to you as well! We've not heard from you lately with your little pleasantries. We all know you're a nice man really, so why pretend otherwise Harry?
It's a great photo by the way!
Yes yes and yes again.
Dirty Harry, why on earth do you not believe its in Wigan...Ron says so...
Ron; DH isn`t calling you a liar. He knows you`ve taken it but his point is that it could be taken anywhere.
After all these comments about 'Christmas', 'time of the year', 'season' etc, etc. The Robin is an ALL YEAR ROUND bird and very rarely strays more than 100 yards from where it was born, we dont see it at other times of the year because we dont expect it and dont look for it. Less foliage in winter therefore more easily seen.
D.H. wants a photo of a robin perched atop Mab's Cross.
whoa is that seriously in haigh hall
Roy; I`ve had a robin follow me when mowing the lawn jn summer!