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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Common Shelduck. And the Wood Sandpiper by John Truman on our Guest Photos.

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Monday, 6 May 2013

Wheatear (Oenanthe oenanthe)

Wheatear time again. (They didn't come out as good, I must of hit something and knocked the camera out, damn)




48 comments:

  1. Bob, wieder ein schöner, kleiner Vogel.
    Ich bewundere die feinen, zarten Beinchen.
    Liebe Grüße schickt dir
    Irmi

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  2. These are great shots Bob.


    peter

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  3. sure are beautiful in their subtle coloration!

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  4. Look what long legs they have! They look amazing to me!

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  5. Very elegant and stunning!

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  6. Fortuna che dici che non è venuta così bene....è meravigliosa come tutte le foto che realizzi.....che simpatico che è! Ciao Cri : )

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  7. They look good to me Bob, especially the last one.

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  8. Their legs look so artificial...almost metallic.

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  9. Nothing much wrong with these Bob and it is nice to see one.
    I see a twig or bit of reed running across but what the hell. It looks as if the aperture has shifted to wide open.
    As you know I don't take many bird shots and the ones I take aren't brilliant.
    I find that the Canon system is good but on anything but full manual it is too easy to catch the front dial. The back dial locks. I have loaded a couple of pre-sets or favourites into mine but I'm a dumb cluck and can't remember what does what.
    Your images are just fine. They are brilliant in fact. It is beyond my comprehension how you manage with one hand.

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    1. Yes, I don't know how I manage to take photos, and with only the left hand. Nobody makes a left handed camera, lol.

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  10. Look pretty good to me Bob, nice shots.

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  11. Bob, great shots, none the less! I like the way it's breast feathers looked combed over!

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  12. Where a small bird can be great in happy Danielle

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  13. Buenas capturas de esta bonita hembra de Collalba gris.Un abrazo

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  14. Thanks for pointing out that it is a female Isidro.

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  15. Beautiful pictures of this beautiful bird Bob.
    Groetjes Tinie

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  16. What a pretty bird. Smart too.. he posed for the greatest bird photographer.

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    1. Awe, the greatest, I don't believe it. But, she posed especially for me, thanks Hilary.

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  17. Cute bird, they are beautiful shots, Bob!

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  18. Great shots Bob!!I like your photos!!Just beautiful!!
    Have a lovely week!
    Dimi..

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  19. Todas ellas me gustan, pero la primera más que las otras por el brillo del ojo. Un abrazo,

    All of them I like, but the first more than the others by the brightness of the eye. A hug,

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  20. These Wheatears just have the absolute sweetest faces ever!

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    1. I agree with you, their faces are the most Mary.

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  21. Great shots of the Wheatear, Bob!

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  22. Dusky subtle gems, Bob :-)


    Aloha

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  23. What are you talking about? They came out beautifully!
    Oh, and those legs again! :-)

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  24. Always just beautiful shots Bob - cute bird!
    Have a nice day!
    Crissi

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  25. Beautiful pictures of the wheatear is this, Bob
    Best wishes, Irma

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  26. The details can be seen very well, Bob.
    A hug.

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  27. lovely shots of the wheatear Bob!!!
    The bird is soooooooooooooo cute-))))
    Best wishes from Greece
    Christa

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  28. Sweet and very cute ! Thank you Bob !

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  29. Oh dear!
    I really hope your cam has not suffered, but I would have been very happy if I had taken these shots!
    A bird I have yet to see!
    Well done Bob, keep well!

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  30. well I admire your determination and perfection in what you do so well Bob. These wheat-ear photographs are still super; what a delightful bird to see (and photograph)

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  31. vu son regard,il a senti le danger

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  32. I think they're tack sharp with great bokeh!

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