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Martin Seuneke commented on "Photo Challenge - B and W" 2018-01-12 8:11pm

Thanks for using this as the reminder for the challenge and crediting it to me.

However the Lowestoft Journal printed this picture in today's Journal and credited it to another photographer (Richard Lay)

Thanks Martin

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Martin Seuneke commented on "Snow Bunting" 2017-12-30 10:45pm

Thanks Alan for your comment. He was very friendly and was only a foot or 2 in front of me and made no attempt to fly away. It was taken using a 105mm lens.

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Martin Seuneke commented on "Black-headed Gull" 2017-12-07 12:58pm

Thanks Liz for your kind words.

Martin

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Martin Seuneke commented on "Blickling Hall" 2017-11-15 7:38pm

Thank you for including this in the recent North Norfolk News
Martin

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Martin Seuneke commented on "Flying Scotsman" 2017-11-13 9:26am

Another great shot.

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Martin Seuneke commented on "Flying Scotsman" 2017-11-13 9:25am

Great shot.. Glad to see that you are not one of those who give us a bad name by standing on the track. I think these are the better shots.

I don't understand though why such good pics on Iwitness don't get as many comments as they used to do and no views at all. They deserve more.

Martin

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Martin Seuneke commented on "Herring Gull" 2017-11-03 8:44pm

Thanks Dudley for your comments on my recent sets.
Are they having difficulties at Iwitness because I don't seem to have any views being recorded where I know people have viewed the pics.

KR Martin

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Martin Seuneke commented on "ARE WE COALTITS !" 2017-10-30 9:34pm

Hi Dudley

They are Long-tailed Tits. Usually in groups flitting from bus to bush or tree to tree. Usually with Blue Tits and Great Tits in the winter. Also look out for Goldcrests they often accompany them as well.
Martin

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Martin Seuneke commented on "Strawberry Tree" 2017-10-11 1:02pm

Thanks Liz. According to the books the fruit are edible but take about 12 months to ripen. Martin

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Thanks for your kind remarks, Lydia. I respect the powers of the sea and also what is in the water(stones and other rubbish) and do not take risks like some people who were there at the time). Martin

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