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Winterwatch photo favourites: mid January

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Jeremy Torrance web producer Jeremy Torrance web producer | 15:35 UK time, Friday, 21 January 2011

It only seems like yesterday that I was compiling the pre-Christmas favourites. But here we are with Christmas well and truly behind us. The Winterwatch photo group, however, has been as busy as ever (nearly 12,000 pics and counting) and the quality... well, have a look for yourself...

Hope you'll agree that there's some veritable stunners here. Which is your favourite?

Even if you don't take photos yourself and you find yourself with a few spare minutes, do have a look at the group because there's plenty more where they came from.

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    They are all stunning but Otter cub is gorgeous!

  • Comment number 2.

    Beautiful photo's! That's an amazing shot of the Heron even if it has caught that poor little Starling. The Diving Kite one is my favourite, the sheer detail and colour you can see on it is stunning. Love it.

  • Comment number 3.

    A fantastic set of photographs, all are absolutely stunning, but the one that catches my eye is the Flat Feet.

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  • Comment number 4.

    These pictures are amazing

  • Comment number 5.

    I give up! Wow!!! I'd be happy just to witness these amazing creatures going about their business, never mind having the talent etc to capture the events so beautifully ... (Although I'm also delighted whenever my own pics at least make it on to the BBC Nature etc web pages!!) So, as ever, many congratulations to all - and also thanks for sharing your stunning photos (including all those hundreds of other pics which couldn't be featured here)! Best regards, TB/EB/CM.
    PS - I hope that the threatened massive job cuts don't affect the BBC's generally brilliant web output TOO much ... it would be a terrible loss and you have my sympathy.

 

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