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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Nene, (Hawaiian Goose) . And the Gadwall by Callum on our Guest Photos.

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Thursday, 13 June 2013

Redshank (Tringa totanus)

It was the time for breeding in Shetland Isles, and all of them were at it. Love for love.




38 comments:

  1. Excellent captures Bob. It certainly lives up to it's name, with those stunning red legs!...[;o)

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  2. Buenos disparos, Bob, me gusta la alambrada en la composición.

    Saludos.

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  3. Beautiful pictures of the Redshank, Bob.
    The second picture is perfect.
    Regards, Irma

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  4. Liebeer Bob, wieder wunerschöne aufnahmen.
    Ein imposanter kleiner Vogel.
    Einen schönen Resttag wünscht dir
    Irmi

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  5. VERY NICE BOB,
    I would love to know what lens/camera you use on your shots... so that I can learn something.
    but the point is that even if I know you use the 500 mm.... I would have a serious problem to convince my wife to buy one... it is simply too expensive...
    it's a hard life, what shall we do! no money for the Italians, too many debts to pay to our fantastic politicians..
    ciao

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    1. I use a canon 500mm and 7D camera. I am living alone, so, I can afford it; once. The problem we all suffer, politicians keep the best of our money for themselves, and do nothing for us. Wow, I sounds like a communist......................

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  6. hij staat daar wel heel mooi op zijn paaltje.

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  7. Truly some beautiful pictures of the Redshank Bob.

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  8. Bob, great captures! What wonderful coloured legs it has!

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  9. J'adore cet oiseau et ses pâtes aussi
    De très belles photos BOB
    MERCI

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  10. Mooie plaatjes wel eenzaam op dat paaltje lieve groetjes Danielle

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    1. Thanks you for the comment Danielle.

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  11. Great shots, Bob. Fantastic colours too. Greetings Joke

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  12. absolutt geniale fotos,
    dirk :-)

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  13. Lovely bird. Great older posts which I missed...been busy with the pups

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  14. It is difficult to make a Redshank stay still for long Bob. Great shots mate.

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  15. Dobrze, że nie stoi na drucie kolczastym, bo zawsze się boję, ze się może skaleczyć. Śliczny i ostrożny ptak. Pozdrawiam.
    Well, that is not on the barbed wire because I'm always afraid that it may hurt. Cute and cautious bird. Yours.

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    1. Giga, there seems to be loads of barbed wire everywhere, and Shetland Isles for example.

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    1. I'm so pleased that you like it Mary.

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  17. Great captures Bob!!!Beautiful bird!!!Waiting to see more wonderful photos from your hollidays!!
    Dimi..

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    1. You will get them in about week Dimi.

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  18. Cute bird, I love the orange legs. Great photos, Bob!

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  19. These are new to me me, very nice!

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  20. more beautiful captures from you Bob; always enjoy the closeups with such clarity

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  21. Hi Bob!
    Stunning serie of the redshank.
    Have a nice weekend
    /Ingemar

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  22. I'm always impressed by your work!
    Very beautiful and proud this bird.
    I send my love-))
    http://christamavropoulou.blogspot.gr

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  23. Love for Love, which pretty :))
    The third I like Bob.
    I wish you good weekend.
    A hug.

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  24. Long live love, and you're back!!!!!

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  25. Beautiful pictures Bob, as always;-)))

    Groetjes Tinie

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  26. such a beautiful little bird!

    love the red legs.
    greata series of photos, too.

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