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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Nene, (Hawaiian Goose) . And the Gadwall by Callum on our Guest Photos.

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Wednesday, 3 August 2011

House Martin (Old Factories, Harbour Road, Lydney)

This is the first that I had put in this blog, but, I hope you will see more.
It is well camouflaged 
Today's music is: Kate Bush ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExExxrBSQcU )

20 comments:

  1. This is great. I've seen very few of these this year.

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  2. HI Bob...Oh yes we have them here...He does a good hiding job!lol
    Now I have never heard of Kate Bush, but I suppose she's not bad,but Iwouldn't go out of my way to hear her!! :}}

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  3. Bob, wieder wunderschöne Bilder. Ich mag diese kleinen Schwalben sehr.
    Liebe Abendgrüße schickt
    Irmi

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  4. Lovely! Yours are much better than mine, Bob!

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  5. What a pretty little fellow. Yes, he does blend well in the first image. :)

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  6. these are so beautiful birds .. I love them a lot. wonderful images!!! well done my friend!

    cordially
    isabella

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  7. Lovely birds and i agree with Adrian, there seems to be far less this year...

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  8. Lovely birds to see and watch Bob.
    I love your images.

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  9. Cool bird, Bob! I have got to get out with the camera again before I lose what's left of my mind. I'm going stir crazy with all this hot weather!

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  10. ohhh LOVE Kate Bush!!! haha
    and that birdie is pretty good looking!

    Thank
    Leontien

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  11. Lovely shot Bob. They'll soon be leaving us.

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  12. They are so speedy! Very nice pictures both of them, but the first one - I like very much.

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  13. That top image is tops Bob, what a lovely bird and yep, it sure hides itself well on that building~

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  14. Beautiful photo work, Bob. Wonderful images.

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  15. Beautiful photos of it. Hope we got more of this bird.

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