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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Saturday, 13 April 2013

Great Crested Grebe (Podiceps cristatus)

I had about an hour before it clouded over, so I went out to catch the Grebes. It was a bit on the windy side. Hence the photos.



51 comments:

  1. beautiful! choppy waves, beads of water on the bird. lovely!

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  2. BRAVO BOB j'ai pu le photographier dans la semaine en Camargue

    j'adore tes photos bonne soirée

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  3. That wind made for nice drama in the water.

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  4. One of our prettiest birds and nicely captured Bob.

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  5. you have have made a good job of showing these Grebe Bob , today as you say has been NOT VERY GOOD.




    peter

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    1. Peter, they are at Lydney Harbour Road, if you want to take photographs.

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  6. Love the clarity of these shots. So gorgeous!

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    1. HAPPY to see your foto's again, BOB

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  7. J'adore ce canard je l'ai vu une seule fois

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  8. A very striking bird so beautifully photographed!

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  9. Bob, die Fotos der Haubentauchr sind
    wieder einmalig.
    Ein schönes Wochenende wünscht
    Irmi

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  10. Cracking images of this very photogenic bird Bob...[;o)

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  11. Good shots Bob, It started out foggy then the sun shone and now it's raining here in York. Good job it didn't rain earlier I went out without a jacket.

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  12. Bob je hebt de Fuut er prachtig opstaan.

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  13. This is magnificent. I can feel the wind! Lovely high-sea feeling.

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    1. And it is windy, blow me over. Thanks Dawn.

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  14. Bob, great capture! I love the drama of the water!

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  15. ♪✿
    º° ✿✿♪

    Ainda mais lindo com essas gotículas de água na penugem!!!
    Belos clicks!
    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos do Brasil

    ¸.•°♡⊱╮╮

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  16. Bonitas capturas del Somormujo.Un abrazo

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  17. Beautiful pictures, Bob. Also a wonderful bird. We had in the Netherlands a strong wind too today and I cannot say it was warm. Have a nice weekend. Greetings, Joke

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  18. Great shots captured in choppy waters.

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  19. To jest śliczny ptakk, a uroku zdjeciu dodają krople wody na nim. Pozdrawiam.
    This is pretty ptakk and add charm to photograph water drops on it. Yours.

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  20. Wonderful pictures Bob!!Great captures!!And so beautiful bird!Great work!Have a lovely evening!
    Dimi..

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  21. Preciosos somormujos y gran nitidez en las fotografias. Un abrazo.

    Precious grebes and great sharpness in photographs. A hug.

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  22. Those are bloody fantastic! What a beautiful bird.

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  23. A parte de cima não tem nada a ver com o corpo. Excelentes fotos.

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  24. Yes, you can tell from your pics that it's windy, and I agree with Giga that the drops of water on his back with the choppy water movement all add atmosphere to your excellent shots.

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  25. Beautiful pictures of the grebe you've made, Bob.
    The water droplets on the body are really great.
    Happy Sunday
    Greetings Irma

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  26. The water droplets on its body, kind of makes it. Cheers Irma.

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  27. Great details! Looks as if precious stones studded!

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  28. These are great images of a stunning grebe Bob!

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  29. One of my favorites, I love this beautiful Grebe! Great shots, Bob!

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  30. Beautiful! Glittering Swarovskis on its feathers! :-)

    It looks as it was really cold! Brrr...

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  31. Sempre umas fotos maravilhosas, Bob!
    A ave é linda!

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  32. Great great bird with beautiful colors. Terrific photos!!

    Ottar

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  33. What a striking face!! I love how clear the water waves are too...

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