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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Friday, 17 August 2012

Eider Duck moulting

I have webbed feet and webbed hands, I'll tell you something.............................................



39 comments:

  1. Yes its been very wet again Bob,it stopped my golf match today,as they say Good weather for ducks and these a great shots.


    peter

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  2. An amazing quacker Bob, you showed him off real well.

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  3. Fantastic ducks, super musician. I am greeting

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  4. Wieder tolle Bilder gemacht, und das Wetter, gut, bei uns ist mittlerweile die Bruthitze angekommen. Es ist immer dasselbe, entweder zu viel Regen oder zu viel Sonne...

    Servus
    CL

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  5. You made great pictures of these black ducks, Bob. I always find it hard to do because of that dark color, but your pictures are excellent. Have a nice weekend. Greetings, Joke

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  6. Excellent shots Bob.....very well done.

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  7. Lovely photos Bob!
    I think you should get a underwater camera, then you could waddle right in - with those webbed ahem... and webbed ahem... :-)

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  8. super deze eend heb ik nog nooit gezien,maar hij is wel een schoonheid.

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  9. What an impressive looking Duck, even while not at it's best. Fab photo, thanks for sharing with us.

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  10. Hi Bob.. Very good pictures of Eider.. Lovely Duck.. Best regards from Spain..

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  11. Prachtige eend, deze zag ik nog niet eerder
    Mooie heldere en scherpe foto,s Bob.
    Groetjes Tinie

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  12. ♡¸.°.¸♫♫♪

    Muito bonito!
    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos.
    Brasil
    ♡彡♫♪°.¸.•°`

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  13. What great close up, you can almost count the feathers. You always deliver great pictures..thanks

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  14. Yes, eider one of dem are moulting.. or both. ;)

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  15. Espectaculares tomas amigo, espectaculares, menuda nitidez, encuadre y buenas fotografias, te felicito.

    Un abrazo.

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  16. i really prefer them with their full breeding plumage ;-) But your pictures are nice ;-) We are in the sun over here and 22°C today!!

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  17. beautiful shots bob !
    wish you a wonderful weekend

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  18. Pretty nice looking duck. What were you going to tell me?:) Have a good weekend. Chris

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  19. Ona mówi: jestem śliczna, podziwiajcie ,mnie :)
    She says I'm beautiful, admire, me :)

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  20. it takes depth like your own, Bob,
    to find the soul you show
    of the animals.
    You are ambassador
    or their dignity, sir.


    Much Aloha from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
    =^..^=
    > < } } ( ° >

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  21. Wonderful pictures, Bob.
    I have never seen this beauty. Probably I will never see it in front of me in my lifetime. Thanks a million for sharing these amazing close-ups.

    A big hug from Spain, my friend.

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  22. Cool beak and there is length to their feathers.

    Never seen the likes of these fine looking birds.

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  23. Awesome picture, Bob. Very impressive capture :)

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  24. Hi Bob!
    Another stunning serie of lovely birds.
    Greetings from Sweden
    /Ingemar

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  25. Bob, these are beautiful pictures, good work.
    Wishing you a wonderful weekend.
    Greetings.

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  26. Amazing closeups, Bob! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  27. Excellent shots, very well done Bob.
    Greetings Irma

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  28. What did you duck back down very nicely. So sharp that you do feathers each can count and forth beautiful color.

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  29. Very wonderful duckie images Bob, now you have a great weekend!

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  30. Jeeze Bob!
    What beautiful pictures!
    You truly amaze me!
    That is duck I would love to "meet" one day! :)
    Cheers!

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  31. He's a beauty Bob.
    Love that first shot.

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  32. What a handsome and awesome specimen !

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