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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Oystercatcher chicks

I had to show you this one, it was shot into the sun, never should I do that again.






28 comments:

  1. so dang cute and tiny! good luck, little one!

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  2. How cute he is, love to see him.
    Here one Oystercatcher is nesting in a roundabout and have 3 little ones. I hope they survive.

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  3. Really great captures. That sleepy looking little chick is adorable.

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  4. Nie mogłeś nie pokazać tych cudownych zdjęć, mimo iż robione pod słońce.Pozdrawiam.
    You could not not show you these wonderful images, although done under the sun, it's not important. Important what is on them. Yours.

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  5. Beautiful Bob... I have some locally but too far away to capture an image.

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  6. Absolutely splendid, Bob. Great captures!

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  7. But you made it work. An artist knows when to break the rules.

    Do you suppose that all the sun I shoot in might damage or degrade the sensors in my little Cannon, Bob?


    Thanks for these daily gifts.

    Aloha from Honolulu,
    Comfort Spiral
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  8. Ohhh.. Que bonita imagen.. Adoro los pollos.. Son preciosos.. Enhorabuena y un saludo..

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  9. Bob your pics are always amazing and glorious !

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  10. Sometimes the sun is not our friend but we must take advantage of opportunities given to us. Excellent job Bob.

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  11. I have the same issues with direct sunshine in some of my photos...it makes them yellow or I lose depth...but your shots of this Oystercatcher babe and its mom are 'snatches of life' shots that are just so perfect in themselves...

    night before last I saw a family of young hawks being trained to catch thermals by their parents--right over our neighbourhood, Bob!

    You really have directly enhanced my appreciation of wildlife.

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  12. I don't mind Bob! I am happy to see those sweet little chicks!
    Waiting to see what you bring today - good luck! :-)

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  13. You always have lovely captures for us. :)

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  14. The little one is very very cute... :)

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  15. Hola Bob,magnificas fotografias del Ostreo tal como lo llamamos aqui en España,muy tiernas con su cria.Un saludo

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  16. Hey Bob Sweet little chicks are so beautiful...

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  17. Cute pictures of those chicks, Bob. You was lucky to find them, because that is very hard. I have seen them myself just once. Greetings, Joke

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  18. Class pictures and a very appropriate song beautifully...

    Servus
    CL

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  19. Oh, so cute, absolutely stunning photos Bob.
    Have a nice day
    /Ingemar

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  20. Beautiful photos of the scholekster with a baby Bob.
    Very beautiful to see.
    Greetings Tinie

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  21. This is very nice to see, especially the first photo.

    Gr Cees

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  22. So beautiful and so vulnerable. Wonderful photos Bob, so glad you showed them!

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  23. J'imagine le temps et le talent qu'il faut pour approcher cette mère et son oisillon et faire cette photo si touchante.
    Bravo Bob
    Amicalement

    Roger

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  24. Hi Bob, glad you took the pictures and shared. The scene is just too beautiful to miss!

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  25. Adorable little fluffy babies!

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  26. Oh, Wow, Bob, great capture! What a cute little thing!

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  27. More beautiful photos ... great.

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