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Wednesday, 25 July 2012

Yellow Wagtail (Part II)

Here is a couple of Yellow Wagtails without anything in their beaks to feed their chicks.







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33 comments:

  1. great portraits of these birds - sans insects. :)

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  2. Bob, wonderful images of a really pretty little bird!
    My he sure has long talons!

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  3. Herrliche Aufnahmen, ich kenne den kleinen gar nicht, aber er ist putzig...

    Servus
    CL

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  4. it's really a great pleasure to see these beautiful images and that so cute little bird !

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  5. Great shots bob.....nice work !!

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  6. Great photos Bob,i like the way his claws match the barbed wire.


    peter

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  7. Maravillosas capturas Bob.Saludos

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  8. Excellent pictures, Bob.
    I love the perfect sharpness of these images. Thanks a million for sharing these fantastic close ups which are full of high-quality details. A visit to your blog is always a pleasure.

    A big hug from Spain, my friend.

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  9. Bob, what nails! ... confused with the thorns!
    a hug.

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  10. Fantastic the way the bird posed for you. Great work Bob.

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  11. What a cracking bird, a nice set Bob.

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  12. Hola Bob como en la anterior entrada de la motacilla,magnificas tomas con luz excelente.Un saludo

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  13. I am loving these, Bob! I especially like the one where he cocks his head to the side. :) Very sweet photos!

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  14. The bird is so pretty in your photos

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  15. Ma pazurki niczym kolce drutu kolczastego i jest śliczny. Pozdrawiam.
    It has claws like thorns and barbed wire is pretty. Yours.

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  16. Quite the interesting contrast and artsy pic here. Barbed wire with the soft yellow feathers of this bird. Interesting contrast between two worlds.

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  17. I hardly see those birds anymore here in the surroundings. Only the white species. Beautiful pictures, Bob, but the others with feed in their beaks were also excellent. Greetings, Joke

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  18. Great close ups, your birds are really good models...

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  19. This series of shots shows incredible detail and information about this beauty of a Wagtail. For instance, the pale stripe over his eye, the agility of his neck. I love your blog!

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  20. ...and what I forgot to mention--the claws are a mirror of the barbed wire on the fence. *art*

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  21. Cracking set of Wagtail shots Bob... I didn't appreciate how long the hind claws were!

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  22. Well I guess they are trying hard to wean their chicks! LOL!
    Fantastic photos, well done!
    I will check just now what I missed these last days! :)

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  23. Bob, again, a wonderful series of photos, I can not stop looking - this is good work.

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  24. Hi Bob. Wonderful photos both here and in the earlier post. Such a lovely, colourful bird which you have captured beautifully!

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  25. Excellent pictures Bob.
    Greetings Irma

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  26. Great pictures, love the barbed wire and how the claws almost mimic it. These are lovely little birds and your pictures are brilliant.

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  27. Hi Bob ... Gorgeous images .. Great proximity and good color.. Congrat..

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  28. I'm quite envious of these beautiful photos of the Yellow Wagtail. So pretty sharp and bright in color and so beautiful. Compliment

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