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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Friday, 8 July 2011

Spoonbill (Slimbridge WWT, South Lake)

It was the reason why I went to that heavenly place called Slimbridge. Unfortunately, it was so far away, I couldn't get a very good picture of it. I had to cut it, enough so you can see it. I hope that you can understand me.


20 comments:

  1. oh, even cropped, these are wonderful, bob! :)

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  2. Hi Bob,
    a nice contrast, bright bird, dark background, very nice picture
    Greetings Crissi

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  3. FABULOUS Pictures Bob,
    could be pictures for a birdmagazine.
    my compliments.

    greetings, Joop

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  4. wow, bob, i love the bright bird against the dark background!
    great contrast!

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  5. Bob, understand fully! These are geat shot of a wonderful bird

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  6. I really like that last one Bob.
    I've never seen this before; lovely.

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  7. There's nothing wrong with cropping to get a closer view. I think they're fine shots, Bob. A beauty of a bird.

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  8. I can understand the pleasure you had when taking this photo!

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  9. that splendid specimen !!!!!!!!!

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  10. Bob, stell Dein Licht nicht unter den Scheffel. Die Bildserie ist wieder wundervoll geworden.
    Liebe Abendgrüße schickt Dir
    Irmi

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  11. Bob, I have to crop things in many times and you did a grand job. The Spoonbill is a lovely bird and you captured it's elegant look very well~

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  12. Great captures of a beuatiful bird Bob.
    They really are wonderful to see.

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  13. very nice, the rhird one is jut great!

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  14. Cropped or not it is a wonderful bird.

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  15. Wonderful Bird,wonderful Images Bob.
    Your first shot is my favourite.
    John.

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  16. I love these images, Bob.

    I know how difficult it is to be close enough to get a good picture of these birds. Anyway, they are great pictures.

    Warmest Greetings from Spain.

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  17. Wonderful story line and images. I thought for a brief moment if you had replaced the word 'intolerant' for 'incontinent' how apropros it would be. lol

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  18. What a Beautiful bird. Wish one would fly my way! Not sure we have them in Canada. Great captures Bob. :)

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