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An early morning start at Llyn On gave a very atmospheric sighting of a Great-northern Diver. The photograph at the beginning of this post shows the breath coming directly after it called, a very erie sound with low mistÂ hangingÂ on the water.
Later on in the day we managed some shots of it feeding on the non native Crayfish in theÂ reservoir. A Great-crested Grebe and Cormorant gave some interesting comparisons, the Diver saw off the Grebe but seemed content with the Cormorant.
Hi Tim ,
Number two’s the one i like , i bit more practice and i think you might crack this photography lark !!!!!