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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Friday, 28 September 2012

House Sparrows both sexes (Passer domesticus)

It was a dullish sort of day, well, most of it. I thought it was a good test, on whether it could react with out any sun, tell me what do you think?





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38 comments:

  1. Zoals altijd erg goed gefotografeerd.

    Ik wens je een fijn weekend toe.

    Groet, Joop

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  2. love those cute guys!

    brilliant shots as usual bob!

    happy weekend!

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  3. prachtig om zo te poseren in de bramenstruik.

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  4. Oha, ein Feinschmecker, er liebt die Beeren...

    Servus und so long
    CL

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  5. Awwww...awesome captures, Bob! Love these!

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  6. the male sitting on the berries is just beautiful!

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  7. A very underrated bird. I hope we don't look at these in the future as there numbers get smaller and wonder what we could have done.

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  8. Bob, great shots! No sun required. I like the way the background is white!

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  9. Común pero bello.. Muy buenas capturas con bonitas composiciones.. Un saludo..

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  10. Great shots Bob... loads of them in my garden at the moment.

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  11. I liked the composition with soft background...
    brought attention to the subject photographed!

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  12. Wróble nawet na tle nieba bez słońca pięknie wyglądają. Pozdrawiam.
    Sparrows even against the sky without the sun look beautiful. Yours.

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  13. You don't really need the extra light of the sun, but everything looks a little bit friendlier with sun. Nevertheless a beautiful series again, Bob. Have a nice weekend. Greetings, Joke

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  14. I am with Joke! :-)
    Till up to the happy weekend!

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  15. Hola Bob buenas imagenes de estos Sparrows.Un saludo.

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  16. Love the pictures...you are so talented with the camera and I really enjoy to see all your birds. Have a nice weekend!!

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  17. i loved the face of the 2nd photo, so funny, and the bird looks very concentrate in someting

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  18. Quite a challenge taking pictures in such flat light, but they are great Bob.

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  19. They are lovely shots. So, YES, I like them very much!

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  20. Great to see them with the flowers!

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  21. I wonder if they eat those berries

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  22. Bonitas fotos del Gorrion.Saludos

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  23. En France, on appelle ces oiseaux communs : des Piafs. Ils peuplent les rues des grandes viles comme Paris. Edith PIAF une grande chanteuse Française des années 5O qui avait eu une vie pauvre et avait souvent chanté dans la rue, à ses débuts, avait pris son pseudonyme de chanteuse, en pensant à ces oiseaux très attachants.
    Personnellement, je les nourris et les vois chaque jour. Un beau spectacle, comme tes photos, d'ailleurs qui sont magnifiques.

    Roger

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  24. Great photos Bob the sparrow, they are all lovely.
    Have a nice weekend!!

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  25. its really good to see your work after long time...Again a good work...

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  26. We badly miss the house sparrows in our region but I’m glad checking the birds in your photos... Beautiful captures Bob!

    It was almost the same weather here. Have a nice weekend :)

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  27. Thanks for sharing these rare pics. House sparrows have almost become extinct due rapid modernization and pollution in Indian cities. They can still be spotted in rural homes though.

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  28. .•°♫♪♪
    Eles são bonitinhos e estão em todo lugar, comem qualquer coisa.

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

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  29. Nice pictures of the House Sparrow you show here, well done. I liked all but no. 3 is my favorite.

    Ottar

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  30. you rock bob!

    the little sparrows just POP out against the no-blue-sky! perfect!

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  31. Great captures! Awesome birds!

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  32. Bob, beautiful captures of the sparrows. Have a great weekend!

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  33. It looks like your new camera deals with dull weather very well Bob! Lovely photos of sweet little birds that so many people overlook and that are much scarcer than they used to be.

    Love the Wheatears on the last post too!

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  34. You can't ask better of a camera that takes such good pictures even in dull weather, albeit it's not the camera that takes the photo, it's the photographer!!! Splendid
    photos of these sweet little sparrows.

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  35. Love these little birds. They are fairly common here. :)

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