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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Black-headed Gulls at Lydney boating lake.






They are getting their mantle back, it is the start of WINTER. I love them, sincerely and honest.

15 comments:

  1. 'Little white bird of the summer sky/ Silver against the golden sun,/Over the green of the hills you fly,/ You and the sweet, wild air are one.'
    Kilmer J.
    Wonderful!
    Regards

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  2. So do I, they are the starlings of the gulls. A great set once again.

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  3. I love them too Bob, especially that third shot. :)

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  4. Wind, a nice poem.

    I never thought that you would think of Starlings Adrian.

    It is nice that you think like me, Keith.

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  5. Well I thought they would be rare at the Forest of Dean...just goes to show what I know. Great shots as usual Bob.

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  6. These are each such lovely ones, yet I think the third one from the top seems to be calling my name, very lovely indeed~

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  7. Wonderful shots!
    You would be welcome to contribute and help to begin a new endevour called "World Bird Wednesday" a chance for bird photographers to share and spread word of their blogs to others!
    Visit http://pineriverreview.blogspot.com/ and check it out!
    Springman!

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  8. une belle série de photos de ces oiseaux blancs aux yeux noirs !!

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  9. Actually, Lydney is a town that is on the outskirts of the Forest of Dean Trevor, I have to travel to get to FOD, but, it is about 15 minutes away.

    Well Mary, it's lovely to hear them calling your name.

    I will look at the blog you have mentioned Springman.

    Merci Marty.

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  10. They are so wonderful with the new coats...
    they shed light on gray days!!

    wish you a perfect day my friend :))

    isabella

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  11. I do love them too... We have many of them around here now too, even in winter! Beautiful shots Bob and I can see you are struggling with the light too ;-)

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  12. Hello Bob

    Again really nice these pictures, i like this very much.

    greetings, Joop

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