Sorry about the weird title and the lack of posts lately, Have not done very much birding over the last few weeks,and the couple of times I have been out its been so cold all the birds have stayed low.
But today it was still chilly , but did make the effort to get out, and I'm glad as I finally managed to get the shot I have been waiting for the past Fifteen years.
Its of a Cetti's Warbler, these reside at Marazion Marsh and all you normally get to see is a split second view as it flits from one bush to another. This morning this one popped up onto a bramble for a few seconds, and although I got off about ten shots only three were of any good and all of a similar pose.
So finally I have got one in the bag and I'm chuffed to bits.
The Wheatear was on Hayle Estuary where we stopped off on the way to Marazion.