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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Common Tern (Part 4ish)

I know, I know, too many pictures of the Common Tern, but..................



35 comments:

  1. Bonitas fotografías con un encuadre perfecto, magníficas, saludos

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  2. deze zijn wel heel mooi,het lijkt wel een vliegtuig dat aan het warmdraaien is.

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  3. Never to much. Great photo's Bob

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  4. Your pictures are so beautiful and the sharpness is something else!!!

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  5. Holy smoke!!! That is one bird I can look at again and again! I just have the sudden feeling of freedom...

    Beautiful and artful photos, Bob.

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  6. Die Aufnahmen sind einfach fantastisch.
    Das Video geht bei uns leider nicht, wie so oft darf es hier nicht abgespielt werden...na ja...

    Arividerci
    CL

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  7. he's showing off his feathers. :)

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  8. I think that there is nothing common about this fellow. I love how they look down in the water. Funny group of birds:)

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  9. Bob, wonderful shots! I really like the way the light plays with the dark!

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  10. Bob, your photos are amazing. I can never have enough of your photos...tern or otherwise. Thank you for continuing to share your amazing talent.

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  11. Muy bonitas capturas Bob.saludos

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  12. Beauty photo,beautiful pose.
    Tinie Bye

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  13. que buen equilibrio tiene esa gaviota.
    Saludos Bob.

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  14. Piękne zdjęcia nawet takiego samego ptaka można wiecznie oglądać. Pozdrawiam.
    Beautiful pictures, even the same bird you ever watch. Yours.

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  15. Guapisimas las fotos del equilibrista, saludos.

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  16. ... but one good tern deserves another. ;)

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  17. Your shots are ever (as here) ANYTHING
    but common!
    Brothers in Arms takes me back to the darkened streets of Kingston Jamaica, after an over long sea journey on small boat. . . . . Breadfruit, where shall I find breadfruit for dinner here in urban Honolulu, and me with no Ulu tree. . . .


    Sorry for the loud music on my post today! Been taken down-
    Won't happen again ;-{

    Aloha from Waikiki
    Comfort Spiral
    <(-'.'-)>

    > < } } ( ° >

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  18. It doesn't matter,Bob,that you place many pictures of sterns as long as they are so beautiful. These are excellent as we are used from you. Greetings, Joke

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  19. Close and intimate images of the gull. Fantastic sharpness. They are actually pretty / brita

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  20. Never too much, Bob!! When I came across the Crested Tern at a beach recently, I couldn't help snapping away (far too many images) but I have so many wonderful shots which I am incredibly proud of.
    Your images are wonderful!! I love Terns.

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  21. Fantastic photograph, beautiful birds. I am greeting

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  22. Great bird pictures Bob.
    Greetings Irma

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  23. but so beautiful !
    have nice day bob

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  24. Mai troppo quando è bello da vedere!
    complimenti per le bellissime foto!

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  25. Lovely birds... fantastic images Bob.

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  26. Great pictures Bob, and laughing at Hiliary's comment that one good tern ... :)

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  27. What a great display!
    Beautifully captured and so lively, Bob!
    Brilliant!

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  28. Too many???!!! more please - how did you get that wonderful angle Bob?

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  29. Never too many photos of terns, we love them ;-)
    Céline & Philippe

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