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Username Colin Smale
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Joined Feb 10, 2005
Location Grimsby
Interests Photography
Occupation Retired
Biography Retired freelance photographer/journalist. Lived in Grimsby/Cleethorpes since 1954. Just written 4 e-Books on wildlife photography; A WILDLIFE JOURNEY, can be previewed on my web site. I still do a monthly country diary page in the magazine LINCOLNSHIRE TODAY.
My photo interests are capturing the essence of the bird wherever possible, not record shots. I will show up for a roller or a bee eater but not interested in brown jobs like thrush nightingale no matter how rare. Drives my twitcher friends nuts but that's me. If you can't be yourself, who else can you be !!
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11/05/14 at 09:39I wonder if it is some kind of sugary sap that has seeped out of the bark and fermented somehow leaving this?


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