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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Sunday, 5 December 2010

Miss Blackbird (Lydney, by the old Canal.)









I am about to tell you what the weather was, well, I'm going too anyway. The morning was foggy, deep deep fog, I didn't think it was time to fiddleing with my fingers. Then, 13.30pm it got better, until it was fully sunny. So, I took a helluva load of pictures, here is one to show you.

15 comments:

  1. These are very beautiful, with the black bird eating the berries. :)

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  2. Great photos.The berry background makes the bird stand out. I checked the book and we have blackbirds, a rusty or a brewers, but I am on the fringe of their area.Boom & Gary from The Vermilon River.

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  3. Piękne zdjęcia, pozdrawiam :)

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  4. They are Dianne.

    Ah, I 'm not surprised that you have got them, I thought nearly everyone has them Gary. Oh, they don't have them south of equator.

    Talibra, I have been to look at the work you have been doing, it is tremendous.

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  5. Sounds just like the weather here. Sunshine in the afternoon.
    Miss Blackbird is looking special in the sunlight Bob, and I'm sure she's happy to see it too.

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  6. I really like these presentations. really effective. Glad you got some sunshine it does lift ones mood.

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  7. Keith, yep, Miss Blackbird is happy.

    It lifted my mood up Adrian.

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  8. wow splendid set Bob in this nice berries tree!

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  9. Bob, another beautiful series of this bird feeding !

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  10. Beautiful series.Greetings Andrzej.

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  11. Lovely Bob! You said sunny? Wow!

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  12. Blue Sky, Berries and Blackbird..........Beautiful :-)

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  13. Hello Bob, these are all wonderful photos again ;-)

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