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Thread: A day watching lambs being born and then a walk along the cliffs from Birling Gap to Beachy head

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    A few Pics ... Still a lot to learn

    The main one being - when taking wave photos one minute and changing to taking a picture of a bird make sure you move the dial from Tv to Av grrrr what followed was a perfectly framed skylark taken at 1/4000th second rather than a nice portrait - gutted

    The sheeps




    smiley hippy sheeps





    Then on to the white cliffs


    First go at waves , trying to get dramatic and creamy





    Chalk is fascinating

    Grrr Skylark picture that could have been perfect

    Beachy head






    Some sort of bunting/dunnock/lady skylark



    our first Daf to prove that spring is here

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    Oh wow. How cool!

    Thomas!! That can't be the boy! He looks to have grown a foot!!

    Matthew has such an angelic face, doesn't he?

    Nice photos Doc!

    Herself wants to know how you knew the schedule for the lambs to be born...






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    ...can almost hear the waves...




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    i was thinking the same thing Tink, he's almost as tall as Mom!!! Beautiful pictures there Doc!!!!

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    Its lambing season at the moment and the place we go to is a rare breeds centre so there will be sheep lambing there every day for about a month.

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    brilliant photos !
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    I always love your photo's, you are so talented


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    The farm up the road from us is in full lambing swing now. Might take the boy over the easter hols.

    Great pictures. Love the hippy sheep. :D

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    stunning pics :)

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    Great pictures Chris!

    But that one with the people on the cliffs!

    Were I to travel there (as I'd love to do), I don't think you'd get me quite that close to the edge. I'm having heart palpitations just looking at the picture!

    Tom (... feet planted on terra firma!)

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