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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Mandarin Duck head. And the Common House Sparrow by Dave Key on our Guest Photos.

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Sunday, 20 February 2011

The belated Waxwings.

This is a little bit out of time, although there are plenty in England, and I think elsewhere. These I had to doctor them, well four of them.

 And the next four are doctored up.



18 comments:

  1. Excellent set Bob. I love the last one a lot... Typical attitude but so beautiful when you capture it with a camera!

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  2. Cracking shots still plenty around here just need to see that blue and yellow thing to help with the light.

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  3. I love the first one with all their heads curving in the same direction. Just gorgeous birds!

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  4. These are beauty's..... very good pictures Bob.

    greetings, Joop

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  5. I wonder how did you make them all sit still and look at the same direction Bob?
    Their Polish name is Jemiołuszka, and comes from Jemioła (mistletoe)- your photos explain why:)

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  6. Great faces again!
    I wait for spring...here everything is grey! I wish you a great week!

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  7. They are so lovley! In Germany they don`t visti us;-(( I wish you a wonderful new week. Hugs from Luzia-

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  8. I still haven't seen any Bob :( :(

    Yours are beautiful though, please send them my way...

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  9. Love those bird, great images of them you are showing us !

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  10. A bird I have yet to see! And you have so many great shots, I am jealous again...

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  11. Beautiful birds, these. I know we have Cedar waxwings around here but I so rarely see them. I love that last image.. nicely done.

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  12. hello Bob, your blog is better than any TV because I watch again and again to your photos, images and pleasing to me as beautiful
    Greetings Barbara

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  13. Your header is fabulous. A nice close up indeed. What is your camera?

    I also like the wax wings. Never see them here. Don't know what. They are supposed to be around somewhere.

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  14. Amazing elegance! They were waiting for you! :) Greazt shots!

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  15. I love this bird, they are here now so I hope I can take some pictures of them this week. You got nice images of them. Very good!

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  16. What is your secret. How can you capture them, without scaring them
    away?
    I wonder...

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  17. In line with others, the last one is my favourite Bob. I don't suppose they'll be around too much longer.

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  18. Keep doctoring the images Bob.......shows you care.

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