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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Friday, 5 August 2011

Anything goes.........................

I couldn't take any pictures today as it wasn't nice weather, so, here are few things to peruse over.
 Rock Dove, hiding behind a saucepan
 And this one, is it a snake or something "slower"
 A Yellowhammer (It is the first time I've seen one. But, it was a long distant from me)
 Stock Dove
 Whitethroat
Music is: Richard Thompson - Gethsemane ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZ0k341GNow )

21 comments:

  1. BEAUTIFUL pictures Bob, the last one is superb.

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  2. good collection of ''bits and pieces' Bob :-)

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  3. I love these images Bob !
    snakes are beautiful !
    wish you a wonderful weekend

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  4. cool slithery snake through the grass...too bad his head didn't pop up...

    you've got some really nice 'anything goes' shots there!!

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  5. Beautiful collection, Bob, but I'm petrified when I see a snake. Even if it's such a good photo as yours!

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  6. That dove is sure strutting his stuff! Wow!

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  7. Wonderful Bob... I am so lucky I get to see (or at least hear) Yellowhammers quite often...
    I love the call...
    "a little bit of bread and no cheeeese"

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  8. ჱܓ
    。°✿Amigo,
    Uma linda série de imagens.
    Não tenho medo... no meu país tem várias espécies de víboras. Essa nem parece ser venenosa... não é colorida.

    Bom fim de semana! ჱܓ

    。°✿Beijinhos.
    °º✿ Brasil.
    º° ✿✿♥ ° ·.

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  9. Oh no, so, is a Yellowhammer poisoneous Bob? I would not desire to be near any snake, of any kind, if I did not have to be. The Pigeons are great, love their colourations. Have a splendid weekend, stay well~

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  10. They're great shots, Bob, but I have mixed feelings on a couple.

    I went round and round with a pigeon infestation in one of the buildings I managed a few years back. When I saw that first frame two things sprang to mind: 1) Flying rat! and 2) Where are the cross hairs ion that flying rat? Their droppings present a serious health concern and it took months and a lot of money to finally get rid of the flock.

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  11. Excellent set Bob, except for the snake ;-)

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  12. Hi Bob...yes today I am slow ,and I didn't have time to listen to what's he names song lol....and remember this I don't like anything that looks remotely like a snake : }}
    Other than all that I liked you r post!!
    Have a great weekend
    Grace

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  13. hmmm you didn't get the snakes head on the pic??? loved the bird pics!

    Leontien

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  14. you are very modest-this is a very good series of animals' pictures!

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  15. Bob, think you may have a very rare snake. A Smooth Snake.

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  16. The first snake i "see" in the UK...love the singing bird in your last photo, so lovely!

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  17. Nice series from you. The last one got to be my favorite. Have a nice weekend to you.

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  18. Bob, the snake has a ridge on it's scales so as usual I don't know. Rob Warda near neighbour of yours will.

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