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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Cormorant (Lydney boating lake)




This Cormorant might be rather young, it is the way she/he keeps on smiling. Don't you think?

11 comments:

  1. I love the cormorants. And this is really funny...
    Greetings

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  2. Thanks Silvia, they do smile!

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  3. Oh yes, he/she smiles - wonderful shots of this beautiful bird.

    Wish you a nice evening:-)

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  4. Cool Bob. I love the last portrait a lot! Were you close? The details are crisp and really sharp!

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  5. Yes they do like they smile, lol. We used to have many in our pond for many years, but then this year is the first time I have not seen even one. Just like that they moved some where else. Excellent images, it is amazing bird, I always was amazed about their feet like a duck, and to be able to sit on the high trees. Anna :)

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  6. Great photos of a bird not so well liked by fishermen. Lovely compositions.

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  7. Lovely shots Bob. I like these birds; but then I'm not a fisherman lol
    Like Bill says, they're not popular with them.
    They always remind me of a Loch Ness monster when they swim like that :)

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  8. Ciao Bob, in China I saw these birds with a technique addestrarev terrible, the ring around his neck that prevents him from eating the fish caught is very cruel to me.

    P.S. Thanks for the nice words on my post

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  9. She doesn't want to talk with her mouthful! Nice shots.

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  10. She doesn't want to talk with her mouthful! Nice shots.

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  11. Chris, I was a bit close.

    Anna,
    I see that you think that they smile.

    Bill, sad ain't it!

    Looks like a Loch Ness monster Keith, I never thought like that, your right of course.

    Elettra, that is terrible, it needs banning.

    Glennis, you're right.

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