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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Common Shelduck. And the Otter by Callum on our Guest Photos.

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Monday, 30 August 2010

Common Darters & naughty Hornet (Foxes Bridge, FOD)

Female Common Darter

Hornet chewing on Hover-fly
I never got his/her head, it was busy

9 comments:

  1. got some good captures Bob not the easiest of subjects to photograph,

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  2. Tony, your right, those Hornets move very fast.

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  3. How uncooperative of that Hornet.
    Too busy eating lol

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  4. Your female Ruddy Darter is in fact a female Common Darter .
    Main ID , apart from shape , Ruddy Darter has completely black legs , whereas the Common has the outside of the legs striped with yellow .

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  5. Grand shots of the Hornet. You should have picked it up and turned it round. They only sting a bit.

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  6. Yea Keith, that's what food does for you.

    Anonymous, I am naughty aren't I?

    I don't think I'll touch it, even though it might go ahead with the string. My son got one, and it really stung him.

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  7. The photos of hornet are great Bob!I'm always too scared to get so close:)

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  8. Cool..."Bugs from Behind!"

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  9. I think you are right, that is the best Joo.

    Thanks for the letter you sent to me, "Bugs from Behind" that's good and funny Dave.

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