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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Sedge Warbler (Newport Wetlands, RSBP)





I had a lovely day at Newport Wetlands, a long way from the Forest of Dean. There were a lot of pictures, but they all came out badly, there was a strong wind, that blew away the good sort of pictures. As you can see, they were a bit blurry.

9 comments:

  1. I like the pictures very much the wind gives a wonderfully vivid charisma! You are too critical, because they are fantastic!

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  2. Well done Bob. Glad you had a good day out.

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  3. Isabella, thank you very much.

    Trevor, I had a really had good time.

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  4. Shooting warbly things is hard enough without the wind blowing.
    You need an assistant to hold the reeds still...

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  5. What a set of pictures Bob! The shot where it sings is simply marvelous.. You got it well mate!

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  6. The warbler is sharp and his habitat looks like lovely musical flutes blending with his song. Thanks Bob, I love them!

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  7. I enjoyed these Bob. Good to see them out in the open at times.

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  8. I certainly need an assistant Dave

    Chris, thanks very much.

    Linda, thanks, the Sedge Warbler has a song trills.

    Yes Keith, but one didn't have a half second, he was gone

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  9. You are too demanding,Bob - your photos are really great!

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