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Archive for April, 2012

Black Grouses – two Different Crops

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In the first pic can be seen reflections from snow in different colors and in the second small pine trees brightened by the morning sun against dark background.


Black Grouse Displays

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I enjoyed this fantastic display with my friend last week in Paltamo, Kainuu, Finland. There were  eighteen cocks and seven hens.  We set up our hide a couple of nights before, and were shooting from a distance of about  fifty meters. We entered the hide at 3:30 and the show lasted  about three hours.


Great Tit in Small Forest

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Paltamo, Kainuu, Central Eastern Finland.


Common Tern Looking for Catch

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Laajalahti, Espoo, Finland (2005).


Flirting Swans

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Lauttasaari, Helsinki, Finland. Look more at the Gallery.


Flowers of Spring

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Coltsfoot.

Liverwort.

So, the spring is here in Southern Finland.


Black-headed Gulls

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Suomenoja in Espoo, Finland, a rather small pond but a big colony of black-headed gulls.