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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Monday, 23 July 2012

Yellow Wagtail (The Marshes, Lydney)

I took these this morning, they looked a bit bedraggled, no wonder, they were in the feeding season.




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42 comments:

  1. Oh ja, das sind Aufnahmen vom Feinsten!

    Servus und Carpe Diem
    CL

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  2. Great shots Bob..... and so sharp !

    greetings, Joop

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  3. that is a mess of bugs! love that barbed wire again!

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  4. What is he eating? It looks like ants, but I may be wrong...

    Beautiful photos, Bob. Yesterday I saw some storks in a field and I thought of your wonderful posts...

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  5. Incredible the way this little bird carriers al this insect in one time. Fantastic shots Bob!!

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  6. Nice pictures of Yellow Wagtail with food in the beak, it has a busy time right now.

    Ottar

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  7. Cracking shots Bob.
    He's got a beakfull there.

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  8. Bob, beautiful shots! It's amazing how he can get all those bugs in his mouth at once!

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  9. bird with mouth full! great shots Bob!

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  10. Formidables capturas de la Lavandera boyera,las pillado cargada de comida.Saludos

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  11. Great photographic work, Bob.

    Lovely colors and sharpness. I love all of these valuable images. Their visual narrative is exquisite. They illustrate us the diet of this beautiful bird. It is amazing to see how they are able to hunt with so many insects in their beaks.

    A big hug from Spain, my friend.

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  12. Lovely pics, really beautiful

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  13. Good pictures Bob ... I do not like breakfast that :))
    I have been a few days off with vertigo ... I'm all right.
    a hug.

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  14. Lovely pics, really beautiful

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  15. Very sharp shots, beautiful!
    Nice evening
    Crissi

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  16. die kan niet veel zeggen ze heeft der snaveltje helemaal vol.

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  17. Gorgeous captures of a lovely little bird. Thanks so much for sharing, Bob.

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  18. Brilliant Bob, well caught shots.

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  19. I znowu siedzi na drucie kolczastym. Cudowne zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam.
    And again, sitting on barbed wire:-). Wonderful pictures. Yours.

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  20. Beautiful.I wonder how he catches so many bees?

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  21. Wow...so close and such beautiful pictures. Great shots, Bob. Greetings, Joke

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  22. Hola Bob magnifica fotografia de esta Motacilla con el pico repleto de insectos dispuesta a alimentar a sus polluelos.Un saludo

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  23. HI! Great pictures, amazing how they can get som many bugs at one time...great capture...well done!

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  24. Wow.. that's one buggy little beak. Fine captures.. for him and for you.

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  25. ✿✿¸.•° A hora da refeição é sagrada.
    ✿¸.Boa segunda-feira com tudo de bom!
    Beijinhos.
    ✿✿°

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  26. jaja!!!.. funny image.. Congrat Bob

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  27. That is quite a beak full. Someone will be eating well:)

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  28. You're amazing with your machine

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  29. That's quite a mouth full! Great photos!!

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  30. Super images Bob, well captured...[;o)

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  31. Beautiful birdie, very much I like such photographs. I am greeting

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  32. OMG!! these pictures are really stunning !!

    wish you a lovely tuesday my friend

    isabella

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  33. Great pictures. I am amazed at how many bugs they can hold at once.

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  34. Superb shots, Bob! That's one bird I'd love to see on my next trip to Europe.

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  35. WOW!
    Fantastic!
    Look at the number of insects in its beak!!
    They are precious to have in the garden!
    Those nails are soooo long they need clipping! LOL!
    Cheers Bob!

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