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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Thursday, 23 February 2012

Cuban Whistling Duck (Slimbridge WWT)

I was sent to the Job Centre, a strange belief, but, I had to go. I had no time at all to do some birdwatcing, so, I pulled out another from my little bag.



Some of you don't like it, but I love it. 




34 comments:

  1. i am LOVING the whistling ducks! besides the black-bellied ones i get here, got to see one from Liz yesterday in Australia, then today another new one from you!

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  2. Bob, beautiful duck, beautiful shots!

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  3. Wonderful sharpness bob..... geats shots.

    Greetings, Joop

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  4. Lovely bird...
    Beautiful photos

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  5. A very nice photo Bob!
    P.S. Problem solved, explanation in Printemps post! :)

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  6. Mam nadzieję, ze Twój worek nie ma dna, bo śliczne zdjęcia ptaków w nim są. Pozdrawiam.*** I hope that your bag has no bottom, because the beautiful photos of birds there are. Yours.

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  7. Two great photos Bob! We have 2 kinds of whistling ducks here, but no Cubans:)

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  8. Beautiful shots of the beautiful duck!
    Love them!
    Have a great day.
    Mette

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  9. Beautiful shots! Do you want to follow me ? I'd like to get comments from another country.

    Greetings, Stef

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  10. What a beauty, why do they call it a "whistling" duck?

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  11. so clear,i feel i could touch it
    great shots bob

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  12. lovely images Bob... hope you get a job soon Haha!..
    Take care mate..

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  13. Another beauty!! How do you get all these waterfowl to pose so nicely for you?

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  14. A beautiful duck, I love the intricate black and beige patterns on the sides.

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  15. Very nice looking duck images of your Whistling species...where does the name come from? Awe to be taken away from our birding opportunities...but then otherwise appointments would be taken in the evening, and I would not like that either. Take care Bob!

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  16. Well, your "little bag" has some treasures left!
    I like, great photos!
    This verification thing.... I thought I had disabled it yesterday, but I forgot to "save" the change!!!
    I hope you don't mind, I copied your "capture" to put it on my blog!
    I agree, let's boycott it!!
    Cheers, Bob

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  17. Your little bag has gorgeous surprises!!! Excellent photography! Cheers, Ruby.

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  18. :-) I have had as I was small one of this, I have had two but still I don't know wich was the boy and wich one was the girl, one of them was like this of you pic, the other one was grey.white and by the neck green...

    i was very small...

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  19. Bien enfocados de cerca, muy bellos.

    Saludos.

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  20. Cute faces and beautiful feathers.. I love ducks, they are beautiful.
    Nice week end Bob !

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  21. Wow Bob. Muy chulas las fotos.
    Saludos!!

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  22. I think it is a well fed duck, pretty feathers !

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  23. Really beautiful as you are drawing from the feathers of this once let out Bob. Unfortunately I find your name in the middle of the picture, but I understand that.

    Greetings, Helma

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  24. Great pics from that magic bag!
    It seems bottomless! ;-)
    Love this duck too!
    Cheers bob!

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