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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Saturday, 17 March 2012

Common Crane

The people at Slimbridge WWT took a load of them down to Salisbury to let them go, and succeeded. Now, there are a new breed forBritain, just after 4 centuries.









34 comments:

  1. big fellow..nicely captured bob

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  2. so beautiful, wonderful feathers and eyes ! these images are really alive!
    have a sunny weekend Bob

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  3. Todas as fotos estão boas, mas gosto particularmente da pose da terceira. Parabéns!

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  4. how great! gorgeous coloration on their heads!

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  5. Beautiful close-up captures of the lovely cranes! What gorgeous feathers they have.

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  6. Bob, beautiful images of a very beautiful bird. Nice that they can introduce something instead of wiping it out!

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  7. Bob, what a beautiful bird. Great sighting and your photos are just amazing.

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  8. Great capture! Even the wind helped you to highlight the plumage. Good work, Bob!

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  9. Piotr and I love Cranes! They are so beautiful, and your photos....well,simply great! If you decide to start photography course, I'll join!

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  10. Hola Bob unas excelentes imagenes de esta Grulla con mucha nitidez y definicion.Un saludo

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  11. Bob, so great photos! Beautiful Common Crane,
    nice weekend
    Crissi

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  12. Oh wie wundervoll!! Ich bin noch nie so nahe an die Kraniche rangekommen!
    Wünsche dir ein gemütliches Wochenende
    ♥-lich Brigitte

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  13. Hey Bob, your crane's are so coming alive by your beautiful photograph's it's like they can walk out of my screen. Fantastic that they breed in your country at last.
    Brilliant.
    Great weekend
    marijke

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  14. ((ooooh sorry...i'm so far behind....)

    that crane doesn't look very 'common' to me!!

    beautiful!! as always!!

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  15. Cracking set of pictures Bob.
    A welcome sight in the countryside.

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  16. That beak could do a lot of damage,fantastic photos again

    enjoy your week Bob i hope the weather improves

    peter

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  17. I just love them! Those red eyes!Ahhhhhh!
    Stunning Photos again Bob!

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  18. Tack sharp and plumage accentuated by a breeze on a sunny day.

    Bless your lucky charms! Those pics have a hint of green too! :-)

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  19. What a beautiful creature! Marvelous shots!

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  20. Wow, gorgeous! Glad to hear of their success.

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  21. A new breed? And such a beauty! Lovely shots.

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  22. Magnificent close-ups!
    The details of the feathers are fabulous, well done!

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  23. Gorgeous birds. I have seen these in groups in Rajasthan.

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  24. Quite a beautiful bird! Hope you've got a sunny sunday!

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  25. guauuu!!!!... Wonderful pictures!!!.. I love Grus grus.. Very nice for me... Chaooo

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  26. Lovely photos of a very impressive bird Bob. How wonderful that it has been successfully re-introduced after so long! I hope their recovery continues and that they become more common throughout the country. I would love to see one!

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  27. Wonderful pictures, beautiful bird, and not a bit "common" either.

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  28. Very nice! He doesn't look common to me, either. ;)

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  29. Wow .... great as you have captured this crane. Compliment.
    Greetings, Helma

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