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Hi Mr Anderson,
I would like to publish your photograph of a seagull flying with a fish in its mouth in a small book for children in the Kinderdorf (Children village) in Austria. I am unable to pay a too high fees, but I can send you a copy of the book in exchange.
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Thank you very much,
I enjoyed visiting your beautiful galleries
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What different birds did you see on St Pauls
Great work, John.
Beautiful Work! I enjoyed your galleries!
Think your photos are top drawer pity you couldn't get one of White winged Scoter but maybe next time. Thanks again for the lift I got home this morning about 9 AM
Andy and Moira Mowatt
What a fantastic site. We met today in the Eden Estuary hide and had a fine chat. We spoke of visiting Iceland. It looks like that's the only country you haven't been to?
Sorry missed giving you our e-mail address which is :
Showed a photographer friend here your web-site and it impressed him greatly. You are now famous in the 'States!!
Particularly interested in your wonderful account of the Peregrine Falcon. I observed this magnificent bird in an urban environment this year(Montreal, Quebec). Including a fledging accident where the male fledgeling flew directly into a sports center window. Luckily for him we were able to watch over him while the authorities were alerted and showed up 4 hours later. The bird we later called Achiles was cared for his injuries by a Provincial raptor rehab center (UQROP) and was able to be reunited with his family of three under a busy highway interchange in the center of Montreal. He again made the news by trapping himself in a steel structure under the same interchange. The Firemen were called to the rescue and once again Achiles made it back to safety.
Thanks for sharing.
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It is a hard activity that you show on Internet. Very beautiful birds.. How can you do?
John, your site continues to amaze me. An amazing selection of galleries and I have enjoyed the past few hours looking through them. Hopefully catch up with you soon.
Ton, Ben & Rob Nagtegaal
really nice galleries, i love all the birding trips you did. we are also bird watchers/photographors. looking at youre galleries makes me want to travel even more.
Hi John, love your pics. I have recently started taking pics of birds as a hobby since I retired. I live in Fife, and found it quite difficult to get near the birds, but recently got myself a better zoom lens and went to the Isle of May during the breeding season and loved it there, at least I managed to get closer to the birds :)
Great little Tern shots John, is it Scotland?
Great collection of birds.
jim mc grady
really good photographs john,i see you are still globe trotting i havent seen you for a while,just happened to come across your site in the lothian bird links.
Hi, John, after looking at your photos, I am embarrassed to post any of my bird photos from the India trip. You have fantastic photos, which you achieved with a combination of speed and patience that is amazing to observe. Brilliant work! Sandra
Fantastic images John. Harry Bell suggested I check out your photos. I'm glad he did.
I have enjoyed looing though your images, you have some superb photographs. enjoy your stay on Mull. Alan
Smew spotted Newburgh end of Lindores Loch 1 p.m. today amongst tufted ducks and gold eye.
hello john i took up wildlife photography 19 months ago. i find your site an insparation to me.i do it for the sheer joy it brings me and the frustation of trying to master my gear.one day i may be able to have my own site. all the best and thanks.chris
Hello John, some of the best images on pbase here, lovely clear natural portraits with exceptional fieldcraft at play. I'll be coing back to study the art of composition and a well deserved million hits! Regards Dave
Very nice work
Wonderful collection of birds.
Great galleries.You have set me a standard to aim for.
Wee ally fae highvalley.
Loved your photos John keep up the good work.
I have just been looking through all your shots from your trip to Cape May last year, and my jaw was on the deck. It looks like birding paradise and I am gona have to book myself up for a trip over. The variety and quality of your images are second to none.Very well done John and it was a pleasure looking through them.
Great Site John. Nice to see you managed to get a couple of shots of the Collared Flycatcher. We managed to get up to see it ( arrived about 6.30pm but no photo opportunities. But enjoyed looking into your site, excelent images. Great Stuff John
A brief message to thank you for the enjoyment that your site has given me
over the last 12 months. Superb photos plus your daily sightings page make
this the best site of 2008 as far as I'm concerned!
Keep up the good work.....and of course have a Happy New Year!
FifeBirder AKA Andy
Superb Pictures Mate, Pleasure meeting you today. One day my picture might match your bad ones !!
Anyway look forward to meeting again and seeing your pics of the Hooded Merganser at Tayport.
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Thanks for your comment! I enjoyed your galleries too, nice work. /Alex
My house moving has had a serious delay as I browse your photos, quite awestruck. Did you hear the oohs and aahs as you drove away from Kingsbarns, John?
Thank you for this tour of outstanding beauty!
Your pictures just seem to get better and better every time I look at your site. Your pair of Ptarmigan put the hairs up on the back of my neck just looking at it.
You are a credit to birding John, so keep up the good work.
please send me some information or book about houbara bustard
Excellent website. I am from London but up here with the family, getting a bit of birding in also. Saturday saw Purple Sandpiper at Lower Largo, and then located the Drake SS very close in at Ruddon's point, along with loads of Velvets, and several LT Duck. RT Diver close in at Anstruther harbour-mouth. Saw several Gannett here as well, and also juv Kittiwake from Fife Ness.
I am especially interested in finding Crossbill (Vane Farm was suggested), scaup, divers and grebes (so far seen one little grebe and one RT Diver, and that is it - where are they!) and white gulls - saw the post about Glaucous at Out Head. Do you have any suggestions. I am also after the spotsand at Kinneil, and GW Teal if it is still there.
Jonathan - markinch
A wonderful set of galleries John.
Looks like you had a good time in Fuerteventura -a big hurrah for those Houbara images!
Any chance of you pulling those evocative Fife Ness birds in surf & bird in a big sea images together in their own gallery as they are so good?
Fantastic photographs, very impressive range of subjects. Hopefully get a chance to meet up with you some point, next time your up at the Eden, Beth and Jacqui gave me your website address. very enjoyable thanks
Love your galleries! Adding to my favs
Ray Purser Photography
Great galleries John,like the layout.
Really nice shots, esp the warblers and of course the BTThrush! Cheers
Well done John, that's looking great !