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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Friday, 1 July 2011

Foxglove (Nagshead, Forest of Dean)

I thought that it was time for a change, and here it is................


23 comments:

  1. This flower is so beautiful.
    When I was a child you could not find this flower where I live. Every summer we visited my grandmother and every summer they told - do not tuch this flower, it is full up with poisent.
    Still it is beautiful.

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  2. W naparstnicy szczególnie urocze są te plamki w środku. Pozdrawiam

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  3. Foxgloves were one of my first childhood memories...they were called gloves and I always put my fingers into them.
    Great images Bob of your beautiful flowers.

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  4. Lovely colors Bob.... i like this.

    greetings, Joop

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  5. You forgot the feathers ;-) Beautiful flower Bob..

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  6. What wonderful pictures! and foxglove is soo hard to photograph ... but yours is absolutely beautiful ... !!!

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  7. Lovely foxgloves, super colours.

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  8. ჱܓOlá, amigo!
    。°✿

    Imponente, muito bonita e deslumbrante ao mesmo tempo... tudo isso na mesma fotografia.
    Somente seu talento!...

    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos.
    Brasil

    ✿✿♪

    ♫° 。✿ ✿ჱܓ

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  9. Something different and very lovely ...

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  10. Beautiful close ups Bob.
    I love seeing these growing in the wild.

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  11. what a change ! so gorgeous !
    but dangerous flower!!
    have a nice weekend Bob

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  12. Beautiful foxglove : )
    Love that color!

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  13. Gorgeous photos, Bob!
    I've enjoyed bery much these pictures with lovely colours and shapes.

    Warmest Greetings from Andalusia (Southern Spain).

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  14. Lovely shots of the foxgloves, Bob! I love the color too.

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  15. They really are beautiful flowers Bob, I wish they grew better in my garden although it is always nicer to see them in the wild.

    Stunning photos of the Burnet Moth on the previous post!

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  16. Olé ! Great macros. They are very natural images with magnificent colors. Bravo, Bob. Recuerdos desde Barcelona,

    Ramón

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  17. The first one is so beautiful and artistic !
    We don't have this flower here in Canada.

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  18. Oi Bob!

    Que lindas flores! Fantásticas fotos!

    Abraços,
    Lu

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  19. very artful photograph!
    you never fail to amaze me, Bob.

    betty

    p.s. i'm trying to catch up!

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