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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Female Mandarin Duck (Forest of Dean)





36 comments:

  1. she's got beautiful feather patterns, too. :)

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  2. Excellent shots!!! Congrats!!!

    Salut, Francesc

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  3. Beautiful photos Bob, a cracking little bird.

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  4. What a wonderful duck.

    Gr Cees

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  5. Tanbién es muy guapa la hembra de Mandarín... Bonita foto Bob....Enhorabuena!!!...

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  6. Awesome shots! great effect on the water!

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  7. Bob, she's a real beauty! Great shots!

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  8. One with dreamy eyes and one waking up!!

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  9. Le tue foto sono delle opere d'arte tanto sono belle e perfette e nitide. Hanno corposità e poesia. Complimenti, ciao Cri : )

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  10. NEIL young superbe j'adore ce chanteur alors merci
    Et encore un superbe COIN COIN
    Bonne soirée

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  11. She is a very elegant lady:)

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  12. Parece el juego de busca las 10 diferencias!!..

    Magnifica foto.

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  13. Bob!

    Very very wondreful, Excelent shots!

    Brasil!

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  14. I was always wondering how the female manderinduck should look like.
    Now I now. Beautiful captured Bob.

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  15. The female is as interesting as the male with design, but I've always wondered what she looked like:)

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  16. Ive never been that close to a Mandarin Duck Bob! :-)

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  17. Superb images Bob... the males are so colourful to see but the girls are definitely worth a closer look.

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  18. Sweet and perfect feather design. great photo!

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  19. Exceptional captures! She's a beauty! Her feathers are quite lovely.

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  20. She is definitly a beauty with her brown feather pattern, but her male counterpart is still my favorite! Why are the males always the "colorful" ones in the bird world?

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  21. What a lovely lady so beautifully captured with your camera. :)

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  22. Ona jest śliczna i ma cudowne zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam.
    She is beautiful and has wonderful pictures. Yours.

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  23. Bonita foto!Que pormenores fantásticos:bico, olhos, penas...

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  24. A bit less colorful than her male counterpart, still lovely, none the less! Great job!!

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  25. Wonderful shot, exquist details.

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  26. Another beautiful bird!
    your photos always amaze me!
    Cheers Bob!

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  27. Beautiful Bob, she has wonderful feather patterns,
    ♥Crissi♥

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  28. Great work Bob!
    Absolutely great to see!
    Many greetings!
    Yvonne & Raphael

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  29. We see more of the males on blogs so it is nice to see the female here. She is lovely and your photos are beautiful as always Bob. I've never seen one of either sex here.

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  30. Actually unfair that in the animal world the males are much prettier than the females. Look at the peacock and the pheasant and the mandarin ducks.

    Beautiful pictures

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  31. she's a pretty one...but not quite as striking as her mate!!

    she has the more subdued look. i like it. HE wants to be noticed...that's for sure!!

    terrific shots!!

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