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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Friday, 10 December 2010

Waxwing at Little Dean

Today was the day I had been waiting for, 6 Waxwings. It wasn't a bright morning, but with a bit of fiddleing with camera, I took some my favourite birds. I got 10 meters from them, yes, I didn't use any cutting.



The last one is a bit fuzzy, but I thought it might be a laugh. They all had a bit of fuzziness.

20 comments:

  1. Very nice series...
    Ale wspaniałe spotkanie, gratuluję, pozdrawiam serdecznie.

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  2. Nice one Bob...Good things vcome to those who wait. There are more than enough Waxwings in the country to go round everyone!

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  3. Waxwings are so playful. They are good subjects for photos.Boom & Gary of The Vermilon.

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  4. Nice one Bob! Have you reported them to Rich Baatsen?

    Cheers,

    Lewis.

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  5. Diese hübschen Vögel habe ich noch nie in echt gesehen, tolle Aufnahmen...

    Servus und so long
    Kvelli

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  6. Great stuff Bob.
    We want some to visit St Austell. I have never seen one.

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  7. Thanks Talibra, and you, great meetings.

    Yep Jason, there are so many here.

    They are Gary.

    Beautiful is the word Joo.

    Ta Lewis. I don't know Rich Baatsen.

    They are pretty birds Kvelli.

    You may get them, Trevor.

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  8. Great shots Bob. I have yet to see one of those beauties!

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  9. Well done on seeing them Bob.
    Great shots too; they are lovely birds.

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  10. Lovely job Bob! You've been trying to get to see Waxwings for years - congratulations.

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  11. superb shots of a lovely bird.

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  12. Lots and lots of american birds I will never see Dave.

    Yes they are Life Ramblings.

    Thanks Keith, they are beautiful.

    The last time I photographed them, was 17/12/2008 Pete. Since then, we haven't had so many. This year was a beauty.

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  13. A very nice series of photos.

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  14. another nice shots of this
    beautiful bird I can only
    see on your blog !
    have a nice weekend Bob

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  15. Well you have found some Waxwings as well! please can I have some now!

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  16. They are such beautiful birds Bob, well done! Pleeeeeease send some my way :)

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  17. Great series on the Waxwings, Bob! What kind of berries are they eating.

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