Remember the Northern Bullfinch we had at Howick the other week, just before the snow came? John has managed to salvage these photos from his phone. As can be expected the digi-scoping qualities of a blackberry are debateable but it shows our bird.
Note the large appearance even though alone, against the rowan berry clumps, the silvery / blue grey mantle, clean and unsullied, bright rose pink breast / cheeks etc, 'wrap around' rump / undertail. In the middle photo you can just about make out the large bill. The clean broad white wing bar looks nice too.
All of these features are difficult to describe to show how different this bully was from his Howick companions. You'll get through a lot of local Bullfinches before you get one as nice as this though thats for sure.