There comes a point when photographing Waxwings becomes pointless, up to that point you can strive for something different, the perfect image but if youve got good light, background etc you reach a point when you aint going to do any better. I know we may not get another influx for several years and as the birds are so local you've got to make the most of it, but I think that's it now. Time to try and find something different.
Unfortunately though there's not a lot to find at the moment as winter clings on. All the usual sites along the Tame valley produced very little, although there was a Redshank at Shustoke Res. Water levels had risen again which didnt help but that didnt effect Kingfishers at this stage with 3 seen at different locations or Common Buzzards, probably 20 birds seen throughout the valley today.