Water Rail action!



A bit of an experiment here - the first time that I have uploaded a video, filmed using my trusty Coolpix P600 camera at Pulborough Brooks RSPB reserve this afternoon. For a full account of today's trip, see tomorrow! If you want to re-watch the video (and why wouldn't you?), click on the 'Water Rail action!' heading to refresh the link.

Comments

WHat a lovely bird! Never seen one of course, they are to be found at Langford I believe
Dylan Wrathall said…
You are, as you must realise, taking the piss? I can't get a photo from my phone, if I want to listen to music - I require a CD player! You're now using technology to place moving images on a blog!! Should be frowned upon as dis-honest, one up-man-ship. Whatever happened to blogging? Yours - in total ignorance - Dyl
Derek Faulkner said…
I'm afraid I have to agree with Dylan, although even he is ahead of me, I can't even put a photo as a header on my blog and he's found a way of making himself look much younger.
Steve Gale said…
Thanks for the comments chaps. To be honest, I didn't know how to upload a video, or even if it was possible on Blogger, so I 'googled' it - and it really was quite easy!
Unknown said…
Always a nice bird to see. Move over Hugh Miles!
Steve Gale said…
That's about as good as it gets Andrew...
Stewart said…
Love that Steve!
Steve Gale said…
Shame it wasn't a Sora Stewart...
Gill Hollamby said…
Well done, Steve. Really not difficult and it's good to learn new things, keeps you mentally alert :} Lovely video, too.
Gill
Steve Gale said…
Thanks Gill. Rather than Google to find out how to do it, I should have just asked you! Sounds as if you had a good trip to Ireland.

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