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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Great Tit (Parus major)

It is a long time since I have shown you this one, so, here he goes!

47 comments:

  1. absolutely spectacular detail!!!

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  2. Die kleinen Meisen mag ich zu gerne...

    Herbslichen Gruß und Fröhlichkeit

    Cloudy

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  3. superb Bob,
    you are a great photographer.. and Canon equipment working so well...
    well done !

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  4. Che carino e cicciotello!! mi piace molto e la foto è bellissima! Bravo! : ) ciao

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  5. Love it, Bob! A perfect photo of a sweet little bird. I have been having issues with my camera so new photos on my blog won't be happening for a while. However, thanks to you, I will be posting my photos nonetheless...my old ones, which I have hundreds of and that my fellow bloggers have not seen. They are photos that I have taken over the last two and a half years, since I have had my camera. Thanks for all your beautiful photos and for the inspiration you have given me.

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  6. Well!
    I do not know your blog, but it is fantastic!
    Great photos!!
    Love it!

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  7. No cóż, znowu piękne zdjęcie :)
    Well, again, beautiful photo :)

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  8. wooow incredible, amazing the way you share woth us this lovely bird

    Hugs

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  9. BONSOIR mais je ne pourrai pas tenir comme elle
    elle est adorable ta mésgane

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  10. 彡♡°
    Fantástico!!!
    Boa continuação da semana.
    Beijinhos.
    Brasil
    ¸.•♫°`♡♡彡

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  11. This is a classic photo Bob. Such detail.





    peter

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  12. wow...what a gorgeous shot...awesome detail!!!

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  13. Looks like I am looking at the actual bird, stunning!
    J
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  14. Nice picture of tit, a bird we also have a lot of here in Norway.

    Ottar

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  15. Hi Bob...I expected it to fly right out at me,this is as big as the bird is!!LOL!
    Awesome shot..but I didn't like the music today : }}}
    Grace

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  16. Muy buena, Bob, tanto en su encuadre como en nitidez.

    Saludos.

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  17. What a cutie! Great shot, Bob!

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  18. It is gorgeous, so sharp and colourful!

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  19. posture colour sharpness attitude:

    DELIGHT on wing!



    Aloha from Waikiki,

    Comfort Spiral

    > < } } ( ° >

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  20. Gosh--that's a magnificent image--and the music is scrumptuous!

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  21. A great shot, and a smart bird!

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  22. elle a envie de faire une descente vertigineuse

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  23. Your captures are so natural that is astonishing. Superb!

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  24. Gorgeous!

    I see some similarities between the Tit and the Black-capped Chickadee.

    Very cool looking.

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  25. Hola Bob una captura fantastica con un fondo y un posadero de lujo.Un saludo.

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  26. Fantastic photograph. I am greeting

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  27. These might be a very common bird, but I know from my own experience that they are not the easiest to photograph - trying to retain detail in the white areas whilst getting detail in the black areas. You nailed it perfectly with this shot, Bob!!

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  28. Meislein freuen mich auch täglich, sie sind so süsse Pieperchen ...
    Herzliche Donnerstaggrüsse, Sichtwiese

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  29. Fantastic shot!
    This one one I should see soon in the garden!
    Well done Bob!

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  30. I love this little bird too much !
    such a wonderful image !

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  31. WOW!! Amazing shot, Bob! What a gorgeous little bird!

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  32. Wow fantastiche foto, complimenti!

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  33. How do you do it!!This Blue-tit
    looks like it's about to fly out of the screen!!I see them all year round in my garden, but have yet to capture one, half as good as yours.Just fantastic!!

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  34. Your photos are just amazing Bob, I love the way you can see the feathers in so much detail :)

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