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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Sunday, 30 October 2011

Cormorant (Lydney Boating Lake)

I wasn't feeling too good, so I stayed in. Pity, there was quite a lot to take photos of...................damn!!!!!!

Hawkwind - - You Shouldn't Do That 


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26 comments:

  1. Great shot of the Cormoratn. Sorry you are not feeling well, I hope you are better soon.

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  2. Superb Bob..........get well and quick.

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  3. This was so great. Love this bird!!! Have a nice week to you.

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  4. Excellent image Bob, not the usual one we see of a Cormorant.

    Hope you're feeling better soon...[;o)

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  5. Fantastic picture, love this bird!

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  6. Whou, so schön nah habe ich noch keinen Kormoran erwischt!! War heute am Fluss und habe mit 4 Hunden eine ganze Truppe getroffen... aber du kannst dir ja vorstellen, dass die schnell weg waren. Dafür konnte ich einen Start fotografieren... dummerweise ist es einfach nicht ganz offensichtlich, dass es ein Kormoran ist!!
    Wûnsche dir einen schönen Sonntagabend!
    Finde deine Vogelwelt im Fall bombastisch!
    ♥-lich Smilla

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  7. Nice shot!! Another perfect picture. Hope you are feeling better!!

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  8. to morrow is another day and what you can't do today, you will do it later!
    I hope you feel better ! this image is beautiful !
    wish you a great next week

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  9. It's always a great fun to watch them:)

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  10. Hi Bob,

    what a beautiful picture of the cormorant, and then your text there. Great spotted.

    Greetings, Helma

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  11. Zdjęcie piękne, a Tobie życzę szybkiego powrotu do dobrego samopoczucia :-). Pozdrawiam

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  12. Its always the way Bob! Like the Cormorant though :-)

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  13. Amazing detail. Can see each feather of the Cormorant. Well done, Bob!

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  14. Hope you're feeling better mate. What a lovely bird.

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  15. Excellent and so sharp...my compliments.

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  16. superb shot!

    looks like a painting!
    love it.

    hope you feel better really soon, bob.

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  17. Now, now Bob, you are not to be under the weather, you have to stay well, and you have to be able to get out. Whenever you took this image, you did a great job. Hoping that you are feeling better, as you receive your comments...not fun to be sick;( Have a great week~

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  18. Another wonderful capture Bob...I am so frustrated trying to capture a video clip of one catching it's supper.

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  19. Beautiful animal!
    Your definition is wonderful

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  20. Isn't that the way it always is? If it wasn't for the feeders in our tree and a LONG lens I'd probably go nuts from itchy shutter finger when I'm under the weather.

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  21. I was snapping a few shots of a cormorant at my local pond this morning. I'm certain none turned out anywhere near as well as this. Lovely as always. I hope you're feeling better real soon.

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  22. amazing photo and comment

    greetings

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  23. Precioso y elegante este Cormorán.Te deseo una pronta recuperación.

    Saludos.

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  24. I'm sorry you do not feel too well. I hope you feel better tomorrow as today.
    It is absolutely beautiful photo. Cormorants exist in Romania, in the Danube Delta. I would like to get a summer there.

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