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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Mute Swan head. And the Common Rabbit by Callum on our Guest Photos.

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Monday, 12 September 2011

Whimbrel (Isle of Mull, Scotland)


Jazz music is: Teo - Miles Davis & John coltrane  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEcJ3dauh5g

29 comments:

  1. Hi Bob...wow in that first one the Whimbrel is hard to focus on it takes a minute...great image and a great blend..

    Miles Davis and Coltane great blend too...gets your foot tapping and your body swaying... ; }

    Grace

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  2. Good bird to see Bob. I've not seen that many.

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  3. Marvellous series. I too like the first shot.

    Was lighting a challenge on this outing?

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  4. Bob, many, many thanks. Now I know what I spent half last winter chasing through the mud in Ravenglass. Now I can shout it by name I may get a photo.

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  5. Bob, zwei wunderschöne Fotos.
    Gerade auf dem zweiten sieht man den gefährlichen Schnabel sehr gut.
    Liebe Abendgrüße schickt dir
    Irmi

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  6. These are excellent pictures of the Whimbrel - sharp, and soft lighting. Thanks, Bob!

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  7. I don't miss one day to look at your beautiful photo's. I wish you a nice day.
    Marijke

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  8. A beautiful bird and two very beautiful pictures. Wonderful photo work, Bob.

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  9. A great bird species to have on your photo records Bob. Well done :-)

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  10. Both photos are beautiful. Such a large bird with a beak with us does not occur. Thanks for the spectacle.

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  11. Great photos Bob ... especially the first one!

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  12. i like how he almost blends to the backdrop in the first one. :)

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  13. Great shots Bob. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  14. Such an elegant bird - wonderful photos Bob - thank you so much! Everyday I find pleasure in looking at your pictures!

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  15. Look at the beak on that critter!Sort of reminds me of my ex-mother in law except that bird doesn't ride a broom.

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  16. We host golden Plovers in season, and call them Kolea in Hawaiian.



    Aloha from Waikiki;


    Comfort Spiral


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  17. Your photos are an exquisite work of art - I'm so impressed.

    I read your profile. What a positive and happy life you're leading! Just wonderful.

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  18. Well captured images Bob....[;o)

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  19. As always the best bird pictures!!!
    Greetings from me
    Monika

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  20. Such an elegant bird, Bob! you've caught it particularly well in the second photo.

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  21. Lovely capture!
    Greetings from Sweden
    /Ingemar

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  22. gorgeous photos. you've a great eye.

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  23. Bob,
    I was recently reading about how to find out what birds eat by their beaks (after all these years)
    This bird sure looks on the prowl for something tasty.
    Brad

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  24. Un pájaro precioso, vaya pico que se gasta, cualquiera se mete con el...Dos buenas tomas, el entorno y composición de la primera me gusta más.

    Saludos.

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