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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Common Shelduck. And the Otter by Callum on our Guest Photos.

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Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Redshank (Gloucestershire)

Now it is the Redshank. These are a bit bad, because it was aimed at the bird standing with the sun behind him/her.




This evening, I am listening to: Boys Of The Lough (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1_W7Og-L3Q)

21 comments:

  1. Cool captures.
    Fantastic framing with reflections.

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  2. They're still good captures of an interesting bird, Bob. I, too like the reflections.

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  3. Hi Bob...I think they are very nice ....things aren't always the way we see them in photos anyway these look natural!!

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  4. Did you get in the mud with it Bob :-)

    Still nice photo's even with the backlighting.

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  5. Beautiful photos, great work.

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  6. Fantastic shots again Bob, really like the previous Burrowing Owl pics to.

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  7. Muddy bird, i understand why he has long legs! :)

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  8. For me they are perfect shots, Bob!

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  9. Great captures Bob.
    The light might not have been on your side but you still did a brilliant job... beautiful birds to see.

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  10. I don't think they are bad at all!

    Thanks for sharing!
    Leontien

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  11. Nice pics and quite a quiet bird. I am right the 290 followers, am I lucky? Welcome to have a look at mine. Greeting from China.

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  12. Good regist that you captured. I like the reflections

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  13. those pictures are great! i love the way the water sparkles and the reflections are too cool!! very nice shots. it's always exciting when you don't expect the pic's to come out as good as they did!! cute little bird too!

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  14. Bob, these are still really very good images. I usually am bad, and do not pay attention to where the sun is and oft times, cannot move to other side of water, or field anyway;)

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