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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Sunday, 1 July 2012

Things.................................

I wanted to get rid of these, so here I go then.
 Bluebell

 Blue-tailed Damselflies
 Hey, who let me in?????

 Who can name these two flowers?

Snail

Creedence Clearwater Revisited

I Heard It Through The Grapevine

48 comments:

  1. Great set of macro shot Bob.

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  2. My god Bob. What a fantastic photo's. Is'nt it time for me to delete my blog? And about the music, never heard of them ever. But they were great.
    Have a nice evening Bob

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  3. What great pictures, awsome!!The snail is top job....beautiful colours...

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  4. Stunning serie again, Bob. The first white flower is Cerastium arvense or Mouse Ear Chickweed. The second one can be a Clematis but I am not sure. Can't see the details. The first picture is absolutely my favorite. Greetings, Joke

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  5. Mahtava sarja - macroja...
    Katselin ihaillen.
    Eko

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  6. What an excellent selection Bob.

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  7. You have a way of making even a slug look beautiful!

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  8. Your macro shots.. just another world!!!
    (great music!!).

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  9. Tolle Fotos! Die erste Blume kenne ich nur als Glockenblume, bei der zweiten hätte ich auf eine Art Anemone getippt, aber ich weiß die richtigen Namen leider nicht...

    Servus
    CL

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  10. Compliments for these wonderful pictures....the light and colors are lovely Bob.

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  11. Well, Bob--now I'm dancing like today's the last day on earth, because that song and those photos put me in an outstanding mood. That damselfly...gorgeous big round eyes, and the slug...why do they let themselves dry out like that? And the bluebells are just sooo pretty. Now I know who the genious is, and it's YOU!

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  12. What have you the blue juffer beautiful caught Bob. There are also Beautiful macros.
    Greetings Tinie

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  13. Fantastic photos, Bob! Thank you so much for sharing. Such beauty here!

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  14. Bonsoir et bien ne jette rien je vais les récupérer elles sont splendides j'adore les libellules bleues en plus et ton escargot il est si beau
    Bonne soirée

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  15. wat een mooie opnames de bloemen en de libellen en de hagedis .geweldig mooi.

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  16. That pic of a Bluebell is one you should frame not bin


    peter

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  17. Hello Bob,

    that are a lot of nice pictures. Real summer photos. Very nice.

    Greetings, Helma

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  18. U Ciebie nie tylko są cudowne zdjęcia ptaków, kwiaty są równie piękne. Pozdrawiam.
    U you are not only wonderful pictures of birds, flowers are equally beautiful. Yours

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  19. Honestly, the clarity and sharpness of your photographs are absolutely amazing!

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  20. Beautiful! The purple flowers are incredible. Love that color!

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  21. Hola Bob magnifica secuencia de imagenes.Un saludo.

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  22. So lovely flowers. I like the bluebells very much. A nice little fellow with the eyes in the back. you are a very good photogragf/Brita

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  23. Classy selection of images all beautifully captured.

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  24. Imagens espetaculares! Todas elas são lindíssimas.

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  25. love this post bob ! beautiful serie of images
    have a great week

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  26. I like them all but my favorite is the bluebells, such a beautiful colour! Snails seem to be able to get into the darndest places.

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  27. Olá!
    Gosto das flores e dos tons. Mas o insecto luminoso é fantástico. Belas fotos como sempre.

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  29. Okay okay!!! Strangely, my favorite is the snail shot...BUT the purple plant and ornamental reflection off the damselflies eyes are amazing. Unique and cool.....but the best is the snail.

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  30. You've got a great eye for detail.

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  31. Beautiful shots, lovely series of pictures!
    wish you a nice summer!

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  32. Bob, this is wonderful, great series of photos.

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  33. ¸.•°`♥✿⊱╮

    L I N D O!!!
    B O M D I A !

    •.¸¸✿⊱╮¸¸.•

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  34. great images, what do you mean get rid of them...silly...and the snail, what a great shot. Have a wonderful week!

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  35. Superb set of images Bob, the Bluebell shot is a cracker, not sure about the 'dragon' tho'.

    The mystery flowers..I think the first one is of the Greater Stitchwort (stellaria holostea). And the second?..I think you've pulled a fast one there and put in a 'tame' one to try and fool us!!..as Joke says maybe a Clematis?...[;o)

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  36. A very special look in these photos Bob!

    have a wonderful week!

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  37. A wonderful and varied selection Bob!

    I hope the weather is better where you are, we have....rain!

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  38. Bob these are beautifull, really my congratulations

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  39. A nice mixed bag of photos Bob. I particularly like the Bluebell and the snail photos

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  40. Beautiful shots, lovely series of pictures!
    Greetings Irma

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  41. Feel free to "get rid of" photos like this any time. Absolutely gorgeous! The purple flower is clematis.

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  42. Bob, an exquisit collection! I do so like flower closeups!

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  43. such awesome pictures!! the snail is my favorite...no, the damsel...the purple flowers...OH, love them all!

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  44. Wonderful ! Nature is wonderful ! We live in a wonderful world.
    I love blue flowers.
    Nice evening Bob

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