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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Greenbottle (Fly)

Dull and overcast, the kind that I remember so much. Unlike those who can go out in any weather, I can't. So, here is one that I did last time it was sunny; when was it???????????






38 comments:

  1. I had no idea flies could be so beautiful upclose!

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  2. again, such great detail you share with us. sorry about the continued rain. i'd surely trade you some of our sun and heat!

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  3. Beautiful captures, Bob! Love the colours and detail!

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  4. Perfectas macros de esta mosca, gran nitidez, saludos

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  5. Excellent macros Bob.
    I'm sure we'll get some sun soon...won't we??...[;o)

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  6. I had no idea a common house fly would look so good up close. Maybe Theresa has some extra sun for me, too...brrrrrrrr!!!

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  7. You captured it so beautifully!

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  8. Bob, more great macros! I find it amazing what things look like when you get close!

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  9. One day the clouds must be off of water. The fly is so beautiful captured what a color it has.
    Wish you a lot sunshine Bob

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  10. Good afternoon Bob. Not hot here today ... I like summer and warmth:)
    Good macros.
    a hug.

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  11. Great images of that hairy fellow! :)

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  12. I never realized how colorful a fly could be. Rain or shine these are awesome shots, Bob.

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  13. Wow, what a great fly. Great photo!

    Servus
    CL

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  14. Beautiful macro to see the fly.

    Gr Cee

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  15. Superb Bob.. you must have so much patience.

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  16. Uniquely sharp in detail.

    What lens are you using, Bob?

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  17. even the lowly fly is lovely in your lens



    Aloha from Waikiki,
    Comfort Spiral
    > < } } ( ° >

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  18. Bob, great shots and amazing details.

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  19. Who says we don't have exotic creatures here in the UK! Incredible close up, very cool.

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  20. Estranha série de fotos, mas ficou bonita.
    Boa continuação da semana!
    Beijinhos.
    Brasil

    ¸.•°`❤♡¸¸.•

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  21. Great capture

    thanks for sharing

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  22. What a beautiful colour it is.. gorgeous macros, Bob.

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  23. That fly is a nice color! Thanks Bob:)

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  24. Master photos! Also I am not so keen about the object! :-)
    Have a paradise day Bob! :-)

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  25. Beautiful blog, Bob. Sun? What is that? Greetings, Joke

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  26. Great photos Bob. I've started looking at flies in more detail this year, youjust don't realise how stunning some of them are!

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  27. great detail-gorgeous captures!

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  28. All shots are very nicely taken by you Bob...

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  29. You are not the only one!
    It is the raining season here in Hong Kong too. On the bright side, it makes you appreciate the sun even more when it comes out!

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  30. They really are very attractive when seen closely, great captures Bob! Not quite so attractive when buzzing round your head or dining table though ;-)

    The weather has been a bit better here today I hope it is where you are and that you have been able to get out doing what you love most.

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  31. You did some magic here, Bob: you made this fly look gorgeous! I hope it doesn't bite like our native greenhead fly.

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  32. Lovely captures Bob
    Greetings from Sweden
    /Ingemar

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  33. Brzydka pogoda i zamiast ptaków masz muchę na świetnych zdjęciach. One też fruwają . Pozdrawiam.
    Bad weather and instead fly the birds have great pictures. They also fly. Yours.

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  34. WOW!!! How have I not discovered your blog until now??
    Isn't nature just beautiful... even the things we don't necessarily consider worth another look.

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  35. Bob, thanks to you I know that even a fly is beautiful.

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