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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

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Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Meadow Pipit (Naas Lane, Lydney)





It was a terrible morning, the morning which I had to stay at home. But, I captured the Meadow Pipit, unfortunatly it was dark, too dark to get perfect photographs.

15 comments:

  1. WOW...THATS A GREAT CAPTURE,
    AGAIN VERY GOOD WORK BOB.

    GREETINGS, JOOP

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  2. Well, too dark, you should come over here Bob ;-) I think these are beautiful shots and you managed well with the light. Are you already getting our meadow pipit? ;-)

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  3. Good effort in the conditions i'd say Bob. More rubish weather tomorrow :-(

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  4. Nice photos of Meadow Pipit Bob. A truely under appreciated bird in my opinion!

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  5. Too dark??? Unbelievable perfect shots for not enough light, master pics, indeed! Bob, that are fantastic pictures - on my honor!

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  6. Thanks to you Joop.

    Loads Chris. In fact, I saw 200 around in Naas Lane.

    Yes Warren, so am I, rubbish.

    Jason, I tend to agree you.

    Oh, your sincerity is quite extra ordinary Isabella.

    Ah Brian, I hope that you are well.

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  7. Always so cool to see your beautiful focus. And that bokeh is just awesome ! You have really steady hands.
    Wong

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  8. What a cutie!!! It looks like this little bird was posing for you. I like the DOF in these photos. Great shots, Bob.
    Dianne :)

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  9. Wong Ching Wah, my hands aren't too steady.

    Diane, thank you.

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  10. It wasn't too dark Bob, or at least it wasn't too dark to take perfect photos!

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  11. Brilliant photography as always Bob.

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  12. What a little poser it was! Beautiful captures :)

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  13. What a beautiful bird!
    I think it will be much darker all too soon...

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  14. Excellent shots Bob despite the poor light.

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