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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Ruff. And the Sparrowhawk by Callum on our Guest Photos.

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Sunday, 8 April 2012

Who am I

He is British. No more clues...................


29 comments:

  1. Caspità che bella foto! e che dettaglio, sembra di esserci! ciao : )

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  2. This look in his or her eyes. Where was he or she thinking about. Beautiful expresion in the photo Bob.
    I could use this lovely music thanks.

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  3. It is a shy and beautiful pony. Nice capture, Bob.

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  4. He's a beautiful pony Bob, he wouldn't tell me his name though :-)

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  5. My guess is a Shetland Pony Bob...it's a cutie anyway.

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  6. Beautiful horse.
    Wish you a happy Easter.
    Greetings from Hilda

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  7. I agree with Andrew, looks like a Shetland pony.

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  8. Bob, this is really wonderful!
    Greetings.

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  9. What beautiful eyelashes it has:)

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  10. It's a shetland pony that looks like my shetland sheepdog...:) excellent close-up...very adorable!!

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  11. I believe it is a Shetland pony, and a very cute one at that! Love the Doobie Bros., sooo many memories from this song, thanks for posting it!

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  12. man...I just LOVE this one: well done, Bob!
    Kisses

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  13. I would guess Shetland!!
    Lovely shot of this pony!
    Well done and different! :)
    Cheers Bob!

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  14. A good fragment of a shy pony..

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  15. WOW so beuaty, i wish i can touch it, and take photos tooo! so beuaty!

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  16. der sieht super kuschelig aus, ein Superbild!

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  17. Too, too sweet!! Surprised at first that it wasn't a bird! Thought I was on the wrong site!!

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  18. Bonitas imagenes nos muestras y a gran tamaño y nitidez, hace unos años los tenia a menos de una hora andando y ahora han construido casas y edificios altos y no se ni donde paran,saludos

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