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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Thursday, 21 October 2010

Lapwings at Naas Lane.


It's good find today, though a bit too far for me and my camera.

16 comments:

  1. I like these birds. Good shots. Here they are called "ave frías", I think.
    Greetings.

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  2. Love that second shot Bob.
    They are really colourful when the sunlight catches them.

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  3. Lapwing, Peewit and Green Plover. Three names one bird. I prefer Lapwing. Nice pics.

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  4. Lovely birds Bob. I am looking forward to seeing some this winter.
    I find them difficult to get close to though.

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  5. What a beautiful, here in La Mancha is usually seen as well. But you have a big target to photograph. Your photos are very good.

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  6. Ave Frias, I love them too Silvia.

    Yes Keith, the second is my best.

    Yes, I do as well Phil.

    I find it hard to get them close, I can through the cars window Trevor.

    Leovi, it is not the best, it will come in time.

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  7. I love them! We used to have many of them here, but now they've gone mewhere! Seems that to your place:)

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  8. These are a beautiful bird. I can spend ages watching them fly in large flocks. The second shot is a beauty.

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  9. do you take this photos with your camera? good work! thank you to follow me

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  10. Here we say it's a " Kiviet "
    good pictures Bob.

    greetings, Joop

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  11. What a shame, they are lovely birds, one day they might come back Joo.

    Mine as well Adrian.

    Yes Emede, I used the camera.

    Kiviet, it is a good name, slips off you tongue Joop.

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  12. Nice photos Bob. I do like Lapwings, elegant birds I think and their colouring is unusual.

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  13. Yes, their colouring is strange ShySongbird, so many that they are beautiful.

    Thank you very much Phivos.

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  14. Watch out for Golden Plover that may be with the Lapwings Bob

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  15. I'll keep my eyes open for that, Warren.

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