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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Mandarin Duck head. And the Common House Sparrow by Dave Key on our Guest Photos.

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Thursday, 10 January 2013

Jay {Garrulus glandarius}

I shot this one yesterday, today was a bad day. Now, I've got my camera back today, let us see what it can do. The problem with the 5D was it couldn't get too close, unlike the 7D, I hope.






42 comments:

  1. handsome bird and handsome shots!

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  2. a beautiful bird and you have made fatastic pictures.

    Greetings, Joop

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  3. Bob, you add so much to our days! Thanks
    Aloha

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  4. Looks like a studio shot! Love the turquoise in the wings of this lovely.

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  5. Piękna sójka i do tego ma piękne portrety. Pozdrawiam.
    Jay and beauty of this is beautiful portraits. Yours.

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  6. Stunning shots of a beautiful bird, well done Bob...[;o)

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  7. Wow Bob, it's awesome!

    Have a nice evening!

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  8. Good grief, I’ve never known that these are the colours of a Jay. Wonderful. How do you get them to post?

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  9. Fantastic,such sharpness i am realy impressed. Was this a burst or single shots as they dont hang about long.?


    peter

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  10. Che belle tonalità di colore che ha! Complimenti per la foto! ciao : )

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  11. Bob, what amazing shots! Certainly a very pretty jay!
    No rain today (so far), but it sure is gloomy. Suppose to get some sun today. We'll see!

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  12. IL est magnifique merci encore BOB pour ce superbe partage
    avec toi j'aime encore plus les oiseaux bise

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  13. terrific shots!!!
    thanks for such a beauty, bob!

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  14. Bob again a wonderful series of jay with its beautiful colors super!
    regards, Annie

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  15. Beautiful photos of a very striking bird which I haven't seen for ages!

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  16. Very beautiful bird.
    Excellent series.
    Happy 2013.
    Sill

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  17. Hola Bob para mi una foto perfecta en enfoque y luz y el posadero de lujo.Un saludo

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  18. What a pretty Jay! I hope the 7d works out for you!!

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  19. Muy buena la serie una gran entrada
    Un saludo

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  20. Wow Bob!!Magnificent shots!!Beautiful bird ,i love the turquoise on the wings!!You are so talented Bob!We all must learn from you!!Have a lovely evening!!
    Dimi..

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  21. super amazing photographs; fabulous bird. So what lens would you be using Bob? Just superb results, you have to be pleased. (Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday - so was it worth it?)

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  22. Awesome, Bob, what great captures of a gorgeous little bird.

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  23. What a beautiful Jay! Your photos are awesome. Can I trade you one of my bluejays for one of your pretty jays.

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  24. Que cores maravilhosas!!! Um pássaro que não conhecia. Belíssimo!

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  25. such a unique coat of colors

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  26. Pretty boy ! He is marvellous !
    Thank you Bob and nice winter day !

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  27. Wow, this is a new one for me. Yes, with the full frame 5D Mark III you had to get closer, and it's heavier too.

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  28. Wow. This is a stunning series of shots. I have never seen a bluejay at such close quarters as shown in these pictures. Such a lovely bird.

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  29. These pictures are stunning, Bob. The color is beautiful too. Great to have your camera back. Greetings, Joke

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  30. Beautiful pictures of Jay these are Bob.
    The 5D is a full frame camera, the 7d has a magnification factor, which is very much getting used to me.
    You can not get closer to the 5D, but the files are growth of plants, so cropping should be possible.
    Greetings Irma

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  31. That's a beautiful bird and really stunning pictures.

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  32. Excelentes capturas,te an quedado de lujo.Saludos

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  33. Beautiful bird and beautiful colors !

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  34. Bob, these are fantastic shots, great job.

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  35. Those blue 'pebbles' rather unique, have not see on a birds wing before !

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  36. How wonderful that you found such an obliging bird for you to perform your superb camera work on!!

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  37. wow! amazingly gorgeous shots. so detailed...especially the old worn wood (or rock??) he stands on!

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