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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Sunday, 28 August 2011

Raven (Forest of Dean)

In between the showers, gloomy and brilliant sunshine, I came across a Raven. It was so close to me, that all I could get was its head.




Music time: Otis Taylor - Ran So Hard The Sun Went Down                         http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8DITesfjT0&feature=related
 

32 comments:

  1. gorgeous detail, bob! great series!!! he's very handsome!

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  2. Hi,
    wonderful shots Bob!!!
    greets Crissi

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  3. Nice to see the close-ups. These are amazing. Love the detail. :)

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  4. Awesome shots Bob
    have a nice day
    ciao
    Matteo

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  5. Wonderful !!!
    Greetings Andrzej.

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  6. A beautiful bird Bob.
    Fantastic close ups so much detail.

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  7. So nice and sharp..... good work Bob

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  8. Lieber Bob,
    wieder herrliche Fotos.
    Ein majestätischer Vogel.
    Einen ganz lieben Sonntagsgruß schickt Dir
    Irmi

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  9. Now thats a bird...just look at the sheer power of its bill...great photos bob!

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  10. Amazing shots Bob.
    I love that last one.

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  11. Wow, amazing close up! Well done.
    Greetings from Sweden
    /Ingemar

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  12. Intelligent, inquisitive...the eyes of the Raven seem to show. Bob, very good close-ups.

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  13. Bob, great shots! Very strong!

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  14. Great to see Ravens back in our countryside again Bob, nice pics mate :-)

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  15. Gosh! I had never seen a raven from so close!

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  16. So close and great photos. Well done Bob.

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  17. Chyba go przekupiłeś czymś do jedzenia, że Ci tak pięknie pozował. :-). Pozdrawiam

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  18. Great close up of a favourite of mine!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  19. Wow, amazing! How'd you manage to get so close!

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  20. Work great! It's a pleasure to follow. Congratulations! The subtlety, sensitivity and creativity. I mean the whole blog that I enjoyed Hug

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  21. They are so beautiful and intelligent:)

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  22. Beautiful set of images, as always, Bob. [;o)

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  23. Lovely pictures and awesome photography.

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  24. That sure IS close. They're wonderful birds and these are fabulous shots.

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  25. These birds find you friendly. :)

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