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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Friday, 17 February 2012

Blue Tit (Forest of Dean)

Bad weather for a change, these I shot about 2 weeks ago.





Really great


46 comments:

  1. nice bird and very good pictures Bob.

    wish you a good weekend, Joop

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  2. Aside from the color they look a lot like our chickadees.

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  3. Beautiful shots, nice Blaumeise/ blue tit. I did it today on my blog!;)
    Great weekend!
    Crissi

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  4. he is SO stinking adorable!!! :)

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  5. Great pictures Bob.I hope the light improves over the weekend

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  6. Pretty little birdie!
    Have a nice weekend Bob! :-)

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  7. What a little cutie! ♥
    I have to agree with Chip, he reminds me of a chickadee, only with color.

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  8. Great set of images Bob. I hope the weather improves and you can get out soon!...[;o)

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  9. Cracking shots Bob. They're lovely little birds aren't they.

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  10. Beautiful captures of the little bird!
    Wish you a wonderful weekend, Bob!

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  11. what to tell you Bob,
    you'r so good ! and pretty birds as well ... lucky man
    enjoy the week end.. ciao

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  12. Bob, thank you for choosing to share these excellent pictures of the Blue Tit. Excellence in photography from you is, no longer surprising.

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  13. Beautiful, as always! That is a fine looking bird!

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  14. They are just beautiful Bob and the Squirrel photos on the last post are absolutely stunning!!!

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  15. Wonderful images Bob.. You have just made one of our prettiest birds look stunning.

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  16. I know how difficult it is to capture this little fellow nicely. But yours is fantastic.
    Have a lovely weekend
    Marijke

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  17. Przepiękne zdjęcia modraszki :-). Pozdrawiam ciepło. *** Beautiful pictures of tits Modra :-). Best regards.

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  18. Hola Bob magnifica fotografia del Herrerillo común tal como lo llamamos aqui en España,este año con frio han emigrado mas hacia el sur y acuden poco a los comederos.Un saludo

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  19. Someone recently said on their blog...one that we may both visit, that one is to never say that a bird is cute and yet...I cannot contain myself, for this is way too cute...there I said it;))) The bottom one is my favorite one. Have a safe and warm weekend~

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  20. This series was so great. So close up. Beautiful photos.
    Have a great weekend to you.
    Hilda

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  21. Que tonalidades mais lindas!
    Que ave tão delicada.Belas fotos, Bob.

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  22. Perfect pictures, such beautiful little birds.

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  23. you grant us the joy
    of possessing
    the unpossesable!



    Warm Aloha from Waikiki
    Comfort Spiral

    > < } } ( ° >

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  24. Great Shots: the details, the color...magnificent, Bob...
    Kiss You
    BS

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  25. pretty little bird!
    always nice to see them.

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  26. Great shots of this cute little Blue Tit. They are colorful birds. Very nice! Happy Birding, Bob!

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  27. Beautiful bob, stunning bird with a very complimentary background.

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  28. you have captured the little expressions perfectly!!
    as always...wonderful shots!!

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  29. Fantastic shots Bob!
    I never get disappointed visiting your blog!
    Many greetings and have a nice weekend!
    Yvonne & Raphael

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  30. Precioso ese colorido con el amarillo predominando. buena tomas.

    Saludos.

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  31. Olá Bob!

    Que perfeito registro!
    Um belissímo pássaro!

    Está lindo seu blog!

    Saudações

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  32. Vilka härliga bilder på den lilla blåmesen!

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  33. You're a great photographer Bob, because this set is fabulous blue tit. Compliment.

    Greetings, Helma

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