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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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Thursday, 24 May 2012

Common Tern (Lydney Boating Lake)

I was pleased I photographed this one, I took 600 frames and I haven't stopped now, phew, it's hard work, but I love it.








34 comments:

  1. really beautiful. love the tiny tilts of the head you caught. :)

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  2. Seabirds play now!!!.. great picture of this beautiful birds.. Regards

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  3. Amazing captures! The last picture with its wings spread, is superb!

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  4. Qu'il est beau cet oiseau et son bec avec cette superbe couleur que je vois d'ici tu vois je suis pourtant bien loin
    la dernière est splendide Merci

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  5. wow, bob!
    what a spectacular! and that bottom photo, oh my goodness, i'm speechless!

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  6. So beautiful bird. Great photos, Bob!

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  7. Again incredible closeups Bob!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  8. Pięknie rybitwa pozowała Ci do zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam.
    Tern beautifully posed for a photo you. Yours.

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  9. Merci pour tes infos je viens de faire la rectification
    mais je n'aime tj pas ces bestioles
    Bonne soirée

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  10. ¡Hola Bob! muy bonitas fotos, el ave es preciosa.
    Saludos!!

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  11. Fantastic shots Bob!
    What, only 600! ;) Outrageous!
    J
    Follow me at HEDGELAND TALES

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  12. ...the way the white and the black coloration bisects his eye...his beautiful orange-red beak...I love this bird.

    You have caught him through your lens, and we are the lucky ones to see through your eyes!

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  13. Beautiful, all of them, but specially the last one!
    Greetings Bob

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  14. So beautiful. Great photos. Wish you a nice weekend.

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  15. One good tern deserves another!!!

    great shots bob.

    peter

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  16. Absolutely glorious, Bob! Great captures...beautiful bird, lovely wingspan!

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  17. Oh she is so pretty ! very beautiful bird !

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  18. your mastery uplifts the soul!




    Friendly Aloha from Waikiki
    Comfort Spiral

    > < } } (°>

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  19. My goodness Bob, 600 frames! There is nothing common about this bird, especially when it poses for you...Beautiful!

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  20. Bob, you always extraordinary series.

    These are series that are made with a lot of patience, waiting

    congratulations

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  21. Bonitas secuencias...la ultima una pasada, muy bien congelada con las alas abiertas.

    Saludos.

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  22. So it is really a wonderful series of photos.
    Greetings.

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  23. Bob precious photos ... careful not to burn the camera :))
    a hug

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  24. Fabulous full frame compositions

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  25. Fabulous!
    Such an elegant bird!
    Your pics are amazingly clear again!
    Alright, we'd like to see the 600 frames!! LOL!
    Keep well bob!

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  26. Gorgeous Bob. Di you manage to read the ring ;-) Our arctic tern are back too, and in better condition than last year apparently!

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  27. Wow Bob, so many images, but these first shares are wonderful. How could one choose favs out of each of these.not me, all are perfect~

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  28. Fantabulous action packed capture, particularly the last one.

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  29. Spectacular pics specially the one the tern has lifted its wings ready to fly off. This one is ringed too.

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