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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Eider Duck (female) {Somateria mollissima}

Sorry I'm late tonight, I went and spent a lot more cash on my new lens. Yep, at long last I have bought it, it looks lovely. These pictures are from a long time ago.





41 comments:

  1. congrats on the new lens!

    she's a cutie. eiders have such a unique profile.

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  2. Beautiful and interesting duck.. great captures.. A regard..

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  3. Wieder meisterliche Fotos.
    Einen schönen Abend wünscht Dir
    Irmi

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  4. Hi! I missed some posts....lovely but the most amazing is the sea eagle, how on earth did you do that....I´m speachless. I take my hat off!!!

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  5. Te zdjecia sa śliczne i mam nadzieję, że niedługo zobaczymy robione z nowym obiektywem. Pozdrawiam.
    These photos are beautiful and I hope that soon we will see done with the new lens. Yours.

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  6. Wey--hey--hey, Bob! Nothing like new materials to paint with. I can't wait to see your magic happening anew!

    I thought about the girl feeding the swan, and wondering who was feeding whom. Now I know...it was you feeding us.

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  7. Congrats Bob!!Great shots as always!!
    Very beautiful duck!!
    Hope you have a lovely evening!!
    Dimi..

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  8. goodness Bob, really looking forward to your newest shots; what you've come up with, with your 'old lens' has been just amazing

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  9. Hi Bob, so glad to see your post, I was wondering how you were. Congratulations on the lens. These captures are just stunning!

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  10. Beautiful ducks Bob and great shots, I like the top one best. Congrats on your new lens, bet you can't wait to use it. Have a great day.

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  11. HI Bob...Just saw a gorgeous male Eider a couple of days ago ..she is a lovely lady! : }
    What another lens!! ; )
    Grace
    What kind of name is Chicken
    Shack?? ; )

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  12. Esse pato é engraçado, não combina com o corpo dele.
    Show de registros!

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  13. Beautiful , actually gorgeous duck hanging out over that bluesy soulful chicken shack , Bob ;)

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  14. Gorgeous Captures, Bob! Congrats on your new lens!

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  15. Un blog fantastico. Enhorabuena por tu buen trabajo

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  16. I love the beautiful close-up of the duck. She has an unusual face.

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  17. Impressionante l'effetto della profondità di campo!
    Stupende le foto! ciao Cri

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  18. It's frightening to think that your photos could BE any better!



    ALOHA from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
    ~ > < } } ( ° > <3
    > < } } ( ° >

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  19. beautiful bird and photo

    thanks for sharing

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  20. Great shots of the Eider Bob.

    So what's the lens then?

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  21. Oh Bob I am very behind with my comments because I've been out to the Storks and today I go back because they are on the point that they will mate and they are such beautiful birds SORRY for that!
    These ducks are also crack top I enjoy again like I always do yours photos!
    regards, Annie
    http://anniezon.blogspot.nl/

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  22. That's quite a collection you have in your 'magic bag' - lovely shots.

    Curious what the 'new lens' is - can't imagine you could improve much on the old.

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  23. Lets see a picture of the lens before it gets dirty.

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  24. Great photos of the eider Bob, the last picture I find amazing, my compliments.
    Greetings Irma

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  25. Beautiful colors.... thanks Bob

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  26. Gorgeous water reflex, beautiful images Bob.
    Nice day
    Crissi

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  27. What a beautiful bird, those feathers are really wonderful and you got splendid images Bob. Cool, new lens...if I got a new one, I would have to hire someone to carry it~

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  28. Great pictures of Common Eider, well caught!

    Ottar

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  29. She is a beauty Bob!

    Looking forward to seeing images taken with your new lens!

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  30. Beautiful shots!

    What kind of lens have you bought?

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  31. I regret not speaking English. Congrats. Great pictures near perfection.

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  32. Magnificent pictures of a magnificent hen!
    I can't wait to see the results with your new lens!
    I was so exited when I got my 500mm!
    Well done Bob, enjoy your evening!

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  33. Belíssimas fotos!
    Uns reflexos muito lindos...como sempre!!!

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  34. Beautiful, great pictures Bob.

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  35. Beautiful these eiders. I only see them in photos because they themselves have never yet seen in the wild here. They are seen only see I never lol .......

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