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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Dunnock. And the Robin by Dave Key on our Guest Photos. New! Bobs Wildlife Youtube Channel. Keep your eyes open for "The Springtime Chick Count".

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Saturday, 30 July 2011

Migrant Hawker Dragonfly (Forest of Dean)

Tonight's music: Miles Davis ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMPHMu7LVhQ )

24 comments:

  1. HI Bob...nice looking fellow he is...love that blue color!!
    Miles Davis...I'll be there!!
    Grace

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  2. Superb Dragon Bob. bet you had to work for him!

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  3. gorgeous!! their always so bright & beautiful!! and their intricate wings are amazing...and they have the cutest little faces too!!

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  4. Yet another wonderful shot.

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  5. so gorgeous ! the wings are wonderful!
    have a nice sunday bob

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  6. Beautiful photos! Have a relaxing weekend!

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  7. I do not believe that I have seen one of these in photographs before, what a wonderful trest to see, such a slender dragon and yet your image is perfect and precise~

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  8. Wow. Incredible image. Just beautiful!

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  9. Super duper Bob. Wow! Man you got a fantastic eye for details

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  10. Such a delicate dragonfly,superb pic!

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  11. Bob,
    Your shot is just so precise and well defined. You are a master at the camera.
    I took some photos of the insects in my garden, not as professional as yours, but my heart is into it nonetheless.
    Great weekend to you !
    Brad

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  12. Another beauty Bob...
    Lovely to see

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  13. Wow, cool looking dragonfly and a great photo!

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  14. So beautiful. And so nice coulor on it. Well done to you.
    From Hilda

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  15. Wonderful details in this image. Very beautiful. Great work.

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  16. Another wonderful, beautifully colored photo!

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  17. wow, I alsways liked them

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  18. Wow what a beautiful pictures. I visit your site while I saw it by somebody else. I am from Holland and thought the pictures were made in een zoo. How can you come so close to the birds?

    regards Marijke

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