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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Dunnock. And the Robin by Dave Key on our Guest Photos. New! Bobs Wildlife Youtube Channel. Keep your eyes open for "The Springtime Chick Count".

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Saturday, 13 October 2012

Blue Tit (Cyanistes caeruleus)

I am hiding

Is anybody watching me?

Just peeking

They look rather tasty, I'll have to sample them

Yum, yum, yum, these are really good

I've been spotted, by the man with the camera, drat.


42 comments:

  1. Ona nie jest zainteresowana Twoim aparatem, tylko pysznym jedzeniem. Pozdrawiam.
    She is not interested in your camera, but delicious food. Yours.

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  2. Bob you are a tease....I thought you had failed till I saw the last one.

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  3. Una capturas muy naturales,me gustan.Saludos

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  4. So nice...

    Prachtige foto's!!

    Groetjes van
    Marieke

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  5. Hi Bob!
    Lovely serie of this little stunning tit.
    Greetings from Sweden
    /Ingemar

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  6. Wonderful images Bob... typical of the bird.

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  7. Gorgeous little fella feasting merrily on the berries ! Great pics Bob.

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  8. What fun action shots. Beautiful, as your images always are. :)

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  9. The little bird likes sweet things :)

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  10. Prachtige foto's van de snoepende pimpelmees. Gr. Tinie

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  11. Fantastisch...

    Herbstlichen Gruß und Sonnenschein

    Cloudy

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  12. heel mooi om hem zo in aktie te zien.

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  13. he is so cute on those berries! :)

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  14. Hola Bob magnifica fotografia del caeruleus en un ambiente muy natural.Un saludo.

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  15. So natural...lovely shots Bob




    peter

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  16. ♪彡♪♫°¸.•♫°`
    Essas fotos são preciosas.
    Ele faz malabarismo para comer as frutas.
    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos.
    ♪♫♫°✿°`╮

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  17. Hi! Great pictures of the qute one...also the latest post I havent comment. All day out and you are rather tired in the evening...to much fresh air :-)

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  18. Hi Bob...Smashing jolly good job my friend...loved these!! ; }}}}
    Just as cute as cute can be, love a shot with bird & berries!!
    I do like Bowie..not sure about the is one...but I did love the end I didn't find it rather boring as Bowie said though!! LOL
    Grace

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  19. Beautiful photos of beautiful birds :)

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  20. Beautiful serie.. This is a lovely bird.. Congrat..

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  21. Bob, what a beautiful series! I love the cute bird and the berries are pretty. Well done!

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  22. Oh so cute and small! you as i have told you before are the birds man, amazing!

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  23. Desta vez fiquei admirada, pois não vi logo o pássaro. Depois foi um encantamento!!
    M.Emília

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  24. It's a sequence of shots, great postures!

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  25. Beautiful series, Bob. Perfect moments recorded.

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  26. What fabulous shots! Looks as if it was playing hide and seek with you...

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  27. I love the photo's your are showing of this little bird. Great captured Bob. Have a wonderful sunday.

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  28. Gorgeous colors on the Blue Tit! Very nice shots!

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  29. Yummie! What a nice serie, Bob. Beautiful colors too. Greetings, Joke

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  30. Great photos Bob, I love photo 4, good to see how he or she wants to eat the berries.

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  31. Absolut wundervoll... so genial beim Naschen erwischt ;-)...
    Herzliche Grüsse, Sichtwiese

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  32. Hi Bob! I wish you a beautiful Sunday! These photos are wonderful.

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  33. Great sequence of (revealing) images Bob...[;o)

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  34. oh, what a choice...
    'stay in hiding so the camera doesn'tt see me...or go after the berries'

    yay! he came out of hiding, the berries won!! beautiful pictures!!

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  35. Oh--he's a beauty! We have dozens of them, all of a sudden, and now I can see by your magnificent photography just how beautiful they are close-up!

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  36. Bob ... wonderful series of photos!

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  37. Another favorite bird of mine:)

    The little ones are so tricky to capture on film. But I've learned to keep the camera focused on one spot while they're bouncing around the branches. And I've finally purchased a birding ID book with the CD's. I need to know the calls so I can find them!

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