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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Black-headed Gulls

It wasn't very nice so I stayed at home, fiddling with my computers. I found a hundred things that I needed to do, and went about with that, nothing will be beyond me, hum, yes, it was like that. Actually, I got nowhere fast. Oh well. Let us have a bit of the B-H Gulls.



17 comments:

  1. Oh these make me want to reach out and touch those beautiful feathers.

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  2. Beautiful shots Bob.

    I know what you mean about lots of things to do.
    I have a list. It's old now; I never get round to doing it lol

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  3. Grand close ups though Bob.

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  4. Wow,Bob - love these fellows!

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  5. Love those what did you say...BHGulls, yes, Black Headed Gulls and glad you made the post. Great series of images~

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  6. Beautiful seagulls!
    Congratulations for the pictures!
    I wish I could fly like seagulls ...

    Hug,
    Lu
    http://olharacreano.blogspot.com/

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  7. I feel like driving to the seaside, except it is 150 miles away from where I am right now !!!!

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  8. They are very friendly with you and pose for you. Lucky!!!

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  9. These are very quiet. the Starlings of the gull world.
    I too have loads to do on the infernal machines.....perhaps you could do mine as well.

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  10. Super sharp and so nice, your great Bob......well done.

    greetings from Holland, Joop

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  11. He looks cold on the last picture!
    Again great shots!

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  12. these image are so beautiful ! so white gulls, beautiful feathers and a nice black head !

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  13. Very nice close ups. You got many beautiful birds photos. Well done.

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  14. You're making me a little homesick!! ~karen

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  15. Excellent photos ! When extended, are outstanding (I regret that my English is very limited :):):). A question: these black-headed gulls are Larus ridibundus? In Spain, at this time, the black-headed gulls (Larus ridibundus) begin to show their heads of "black-chocolate". Greetings from Barcelona, Spain,

    Ramon Garcia
    www.naturalezadiletante.blogspot.com

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