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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Little Grebe. And the Wood Sandpiper by John Truman on our Guest Photos.

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Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Tufted Duck (Lydney Boating Lake)

I didn't have to dip in my bag today, as it was a nice morning. I made two sets of pictures, here is the first set.









Rare Neil Young.

44 comments:

  1. Preciosas imagenes nos muestras con una grandisima nitidez, y con unos colores tremendos, enhorabuena, saludos.

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  2. Brilliant pictures Bob, as usual!

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  3. So cute little duck. Gorgeous photos.

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  4. Precioso ese color morado en la cabeza.

    Saludos

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  5. what a beauty!

    excellent shots! i'm impressed.
    it takes a lot of patience and timing to get such good ones.

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  6. he is so cute! and sleepy! adorable!!! glad you got out for a bit!

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  7. Glad you managed to get out in the sunshine this morning Bob!
    A great set of images...[;o)

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  8. Fantastic you could go out this morning. What a brilliant shot's of the beautiful duck Bob.

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  9. in the first picture...he looks a little like he's about to doze off...then in the next couple...he looks like he's laughing!!

    gorgeous duck...with an iridescent head...and bright yellow eyes.

    beautiful shots!!!!

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  10. Stunning Bob.
    Looks like he's yawning, or laughing.

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  11. Hi bob!
    Lovely serie of this great duck
    Greetings from Sweden
    /Ingemar

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  12. You see - I wished you sun and you got it!!!!
    Baaaackbackbackbackkkkkk
    so eine Babbelente! :-)

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  13. Wspaniałe zdjęcia, a trzecie jest urocze. Pozdrawiam.
    Great pictures, and the third is charming. Yours.

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  14. Gorgeous shots of the beautiful duck.
    Mette

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  15. Great colours Bob in the photos. The colours can be easily missed taking the photos of these birds.

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  16. What great colour this bird has,a nice bird to have on our local pond
    well done Bob

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  17. Lovely photos! I can't tell whether the duck was quacking or yawning, but the bird is beautiful.

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  18. Ma che chiacchierone questa bellissima anatra! : )) e quanta varietà, incredibile....complimenti! Ciao Cri

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  19. Beautiful colour on the head and outstanding pictures. Is he trying to communicate with you in # 2 and #3 or yawning? Brilliant Bob!

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  20. Hi Bob...Great music good choose ; }
    Love your duck I think in 3&4 he is breaking into a little tune along with Neil..you know how you just sing a few words you know ...!!lol
    Grace

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  21. oh the royal purple sheen!!!!!


    Aloha from Waikiki
    Comfort Spiral

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  22. Wonderful job capturing such a beautiful bird, Bob!

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  23. Great shots but what a sober look he has.

    Darryl and Ruth :)

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  24. Great shot !!

    Remember photo group
    http://www.facebook.com/groups/281496085252190/

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  25. Wow! Gorgeous color! I love how it appears he's yawning. That's fantastic!

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  26. Cracking set of pics there Bob .

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  27. Very Beautiful ! Its shining violet color on the head makes it so beautiful !

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  28. How did I overlook this post yesterday! What a beautiful color of purple and his expression is priceless!

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  29. Lovely shots Bob, that 2nd shot is a cracker.

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  30. The photographs are stunning, it looks as if she is laughing ..

    have a nice day !!

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  31. That looks like one happy duck!! Great capture!

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  32. Wonderful pictures of this bird .... looked funny when it gaped / / Berit

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  33. These series of crested ducks I find incredibly beautiful display

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  34. Wow!! Gorgeous duck! Cheers, Ruby

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