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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Dunnock. And the Robin by Dave Key on our Guest Photos. New! Bobs Wildlife Youtube Channel. Keep your eyes open for "The Springtime Chick Count".

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Sunday, 4 March 2012

Blackbird (By the 1st Lake, Harbour Road, Lydney)

Believe it or not, I haven't taken any shots of birds, I've been used to those from my "little bag". Now, I'm running out. There has been bad weather, and there was one day I could have taken my camera, but, I had to pick up my son. It is very nice to be with him for a night. Let's have a happy birds day for the camera.





36 comments:

  1. Beautiful bird. Congratulations to the photographer .

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  2. the weather has been dire for taking photo's, but your blackbird is fantastic, it looks like 3D.

    Peter

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  3. Beautiful blackbird and great photos.

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  4. your blackbirds are so beautiful. love their perfectly ringed eyes.

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  5. Lovely shots Bob.
    Yea, the weather has been terrible recently. We even had some snow with the rain today lol

    Family should always come first ;-)

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  6. Beautiful shots Bob! I like the matching eye ring & bill!

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  7. Hi Bob!
    Lovely serie of the blackbird.
    Greetings from sweden
    /Ingemar

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  8. Lovely photos of the Blackbird, Bob. It has rained here for most of the day but now it is too late to do much the sun has come out! So nice that you were able to spend time with your son.

    That was a magnificent shot of the hawk on yesterday's post!

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  9. Glad you were able to spend time with your son!

    Wow... MY blackbirds sure aren't this beautiful, of course it could be the 'amateur' photographer behind the camera!

    Bob, you sure know how to bring out the magnificent beauty in everything you photograph, whether it is a common Blackbird or a majestic Eagle!

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  10. Beautiful black bird. Brilliant photos!

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  11. The Blackbird is so beautiful.
    Great job!
    Have a nice week to you.
    Greetings from Hilda

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  12. Let's hope the good weather is coming back so you can replenish your little "bag"..otherwise you might get a rabbit instead of a bird out of it!
    We had a snow storm today!

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  13. Your pictures of the blackbird are gorgeous. Overhere it is also grey and misserable weather. There will be better times.
    Have a nice sunday
    gr. Marijke

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  14. Dont worry Bob, the good weather (and birds) will come to those who are patient. Nice blackbird !!

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  15. Great pictures of the Blackbird!
    Natuurkieker Coby

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  16. Nice and graceful blackbird boy ! In french : "merle". sometimes, in my garden I "speak" with them. twwwiiiiit twwiiiiit ! I like it ! They are so cute.
    Nice week Bob

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  17. Hope your little bag is not little:)
    Lovely series!

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  18. I like that "bag" of photos myself:) Love the blackbird pics.....it's hard to get shots of all red or black or green birds....and blue ones as well:) But all red and all black are the worst! Nice detail in these photos.

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  19. Great shots of the beautiful Blackbird!
    Mette

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  20. Brillantes tomas de esa ave con un plumaje tan negro.

    Saludos.

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  21. The eyes have it. Great bird shots Bob.

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  22. Wonderful black bird photos Bob! I love their song! In unserem Garten singen oft Amseln! :-)
    How old is your son? Does he like birds?

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  23. He's 21, and he likes nature as a whole.

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  24. Bob, that magic bag never disappoints!
    Great captures...[;o)

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  25. The Blackbird - such rich detail in your photos. Your blog is a treasure trove, and I like when you share from your "little bag". I am so pleased to hear of you spending time with your son. Take care, Bob.

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  26. What a beauty. Our red-winged blackbirds have just returned for the season. That's a true sign of spring.

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  27. Brilliant and... shiny!
    Amazing the difference between your pictures and mine!
    Canon isn't Nikon and vice versa! LOL!
    Well done!

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  28. Ces merles nous charment par leur chant et j'ai beaucoup de plaisir à les revoir sur tes images, si vivants dans leur posture.
    Excellent travail.
    Amicalement,

    Roger

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  29. what beautiful shots of the lovely blackbird...with the BRIGHT yellow beak and ring around her eye!

    hope you're having a nice visit with your son!!

    (and when your bag runs almost dry, you can always do a BEST OF...)

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  30. Never knew that an ordinary blackbird could be so beautiful. You have shown him pretty sharp, and even his black plumage is pleasing to the eye.

    Greetings, Helma

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