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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Monday, 22 October 2012

Fallow Deer (Dama dama)

Here are some from my magic bag.



52 comments:

  1. Beautiful as always! I think I have to visit the Forest of Dean one day ;-).

    Regards,
    Marianne

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  2. Olá bob!

    Que lindo, um armonia entre a

    Natureza e o reino Animal! Lindas

    Imagens meu Amigo.

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  3. Really great. They don't usually pose so well.

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  4. Tolle Aufnahme und mal was ganz anderes, so ohne Fallschirm...:-)

    Lieben Gruß und ´ne Handvoll Sonnenschein...

    Cloudy

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  5. la chance j'aimerai en voir aussi
    c'est une biche?

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  6. Bonsoir et bien je vais donc prendre ton sac magique car tes photos sont magiques
    je n'ai jamais vu ces animaux
    et ce serait bien un rêve de pouvoir aussi les observer
    Encore de très belles et douces photos
    Bonne soirée

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  7. Wonderful and so different from what I see in France in the wild!
    Great shots Bob!

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  8. Twee pracht foto's van het damhert Bob.
    Groetjes Tinie

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  9. WONDERFUL SHOTS BOB>

    Greetings, Joop

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  10. These are so beautiful, Bob. What a nice deer!

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  11. Preciosas fotos,parecen sacadas de las ilustraciones de un cuento.Saludos

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  12. That bag has come up trumps again!...Super images Bob, so sharp...[;o)

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  13. What amazing pictures of fallow deer. Incredibly nice presence. The picture feels intimate, yet not too intrusive /

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  14. Un animale dal bel portamento.
    Molto bravo Bob!!!

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  15. Ah, Bob, so cute. Excellent pictures, almost (positively) enviable. Greetings, Joke

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  16. Buena entrada de esta hembra de Dama dama.Un saludo.

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  17. Gorgeous closeups and a pretty deer.

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  18. Very nice bob. At least you have got some sunshine there.

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  19. Bob ,i would love to get as close as this and to be able take a photo so sharp.



    peter

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  20. The first photo is just so beautiful, like the wrinkles on her neck as she turns her head, the contours in her face and her beautiful eyes

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  21. I l♥ve it!
    Greetings Sabine

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  22. Ηallo Bob!Amazing shots!The deer looks cute!The forest of Dean is
    unique in beauty! Nice song!Wish you the best!
    Dimi..

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  23. WOW, that is one sweet looking deer. How far was you from her?

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  24. Aż mnie zatkało z zachwytu. Pozdrawiam.
    As much as I gasped with delight. Yours.

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  25. It takes a lot of patience and quietness to take such wonderful photos! Shhhhhh, let's not disturb her... :-)

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  26. Simplemente genial, muy válida para ilustrar una revista de naturaleza.

    Saludos.

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  27. Photos very good ... I like the colors and compositions. Congratulations!

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  28. What a gentle but agile animal ! I like the name Dama Dama.

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  29. Beautiful capture. Such an incredible animal. Love the shots.

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  30. GORGEOUS! This is a poster print! I love t, it's so tender.

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  31. Beautiful deer, I'm betting it's raining where you are. Here too, it's definitely fall here.

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  32. superb, fantastic ! what a beautiful animal...

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  33. Beautiful shots Bob, these are lovely.

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  34. Une belle rencontre !
    Wonderful !
    Have a great day

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  35. Oh how much I love your magic bag, especially this morning. Those deer images are precious. Hope you are having a marvelous day Bob~

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  36. Such views cause that world seems more beautiful. I am greeting

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  37. soooo lovely!

    looks like a painting~
    love it:)

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  38. Es precioso!!
    Aquí en el Parque Nacional de Monfragüe, terminó la berrea. En primavera habrá muchos:))
    Un abrazo.
    Pd. Te gustará este enlace

    http://asimegustaelmundo.blogspot.com.es/2011/06/parque-nacional-de-monfrague.html

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