But a magpie was caught on picture very early in the morning, it was still pretty dark outside and the camera was set to manuell mode shutter 1/200s ISO 1600 so picture was a little bit dark :) A so-called low key image where most of it is black, might be fine with those photos, too. Unfortunately, little cut off tail feather.
But today I was down to Endcliff Park because I had read on the Sheffield bird study group that two kingfishers had been there yesterday, so I went down today to check if they were there and they was there. So I tried to photograph them for a few hours i got some pics of them, but it's hard to get really close to them because they are in the middle of a pond. So the closest you can get them is about 6m it is fun to be able to get so close, but it would be much better if I get closer because that will blur the background on the image even more.
But in this pond I have the chance to take my dream picture of the kingfisher, which is when it dives into the water and the water splashes and it has fish in its beak that is the image I will hunt all winter hope I succeed :))