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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Sunday, 21 April 2013

Catkins

A bit cooler today, ah, but who is worried. Lovely Catkins growing from a tree.



51 comments:

  1. BONSOIR BOB elles sont très belles ces plantes
    ELLES ressemblent à des rinces bouteilles d'ici
    Bonne soirée mais la couleur est différente

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  2. Beautifully shot. Perfect once again.

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  3. Lovely shots Bob... it's been raining in Cheshire today.

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  4. Simple but brilliant Bob, lovely shots.

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  5. sweet signs of spring. tiny little bottlebrushes. :)

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  6. Simplesmente fantásticas!
    ♪♫ Boa semana!
    ღ° Beijinhos do Brasilღ
    ¸.•°♡♡⊱彡

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  7. Great signs of Spring! Something comforting, even in the cold :)

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  8. Lovely images, Bob! Have a happy day!

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  9. Beautiful! Your spring is ahead of ours.

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  10. That gorgeous Bob. That tree is it?
    Have a good Sunday.
    A hug

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  11. Just wonderful and amazing ! Love your Macro.
    Best regards, Synnöve

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  12. Splendour macro shots, beautiful colors and sharpness over.


    Groetjes Tinie

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  13. Oh so beautiful Bob!!!!
    Nice evening!
    Crissi

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  14. Bob, lovely shots! Isn't it great when things start to grow again!

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  15. Bob, wunderschöne Bilder von den
    Weidekätzchen. Ich mag sie sehr.
    Auch die Musik ist wieder toll.
    Liebe Grüße schickt dir
    Irmi

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  16. Your macro photos are just wonderful Bob! Are those willow catkins? They are called in German Weidenkaetzchen!
    We had a lot of rain, I mean REALLY a lot, buckets and buckets :-)over the weekend. This is quite unusual for here at the end of April, but was of course so much appreciated! :-)

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    1. Yes Yael, I do believe it is a Willow.

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  17. je hebt ze er wel heel mooi opstaan.

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  18. So splendid, Bob! You brought us up close. Lovely!!!

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  19. It looks like spring has sprung in your neck of the woods!

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  20. love these first flowers of spring ! beautiful
    nice week bob

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  21. Wonderful macro photos Bob!!Amazing shots!!We do'nt have this tree here!Have a lovely week!
    Dimi..

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    1. Oh, sorry to hear that you don't have the Willow Tree Dimi.

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  22. just devine; hopefully Spring is settling down now

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  23. Beautiful first signs of spring!

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  24. they're so pretty
    I never realized how much detail they have
    your photos are exceptional

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  25. Uma formosura! A Primavera com a sua mais bela roupagem!
    Parabéns, Bob!

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  26. Preciosas y detalladas flores y yemas a punto de abrirse. Abrazos de Miguel

    Beautiful and detailed flowers and buds about to open. Hugs from Miguel

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  27. Beautiful pictures with lots of details.
    Well photographed Bob.
    Regards, Irma

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  28. OH-OH!!
    Where is the bird??!!!!!
    Just teasing you Bob!
    Lovely pics showing spring is 'round the corner where you live too... Hurrah!
    Cheers and keep well!

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  29. Such a lovely springtime sight and so beautifully photographed Bob!

    Lovely to see the sweet little ducklings on the last post too.

    I hope you and the family are coping Bob especially your Mum of course.

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    1. I have been to see my Mum today, she is coping, thanks Jan. Having been married almost 70 years, it must have been dreadful, but, that's life!

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  30. Lovely, but I Think we have to wait some more. 1-2 weeks maybe....still Cold nights

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  31. Great sign of spring and gorgeous photos!

    Ottar

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  32. Beautiful, springy images Bob, my favorite is the second one.

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