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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Sunday, 21 July 2013

Juvenile Great Black-backed Gull (Larus marinus)

It is young now, but when it is grown, it becomes aggressive.





49 comments:

  1. SO BEAUTIFUL BOB~~~~~~~~~~~~

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  2. Hi Bob!
    Great photos of a stunning bird
    Have a nice day
    /Ingemar

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  3. Beautiful pictures of the young black-backed gull.
    He or she now defends itself al.

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    1. He or she is learning to look after itself, in the last one. Cheers Irma.

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  4. Lovely shots of this juvenile:)

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  5. Einfach toll Bob.
    Man sieht es ihm nicht an, dass er so aggressiv wird
    Einen schönen Abend wünscht Dir
    Irmi

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  6. heerlijke foto,s van deze mooie sterke vogel.

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  7. Underrated birds Bob, very nicely captured indeed.

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  8. When I grow up, I will not let Bob, I do Photos :)))
    The last one is great!!
    Good Sunday.
    A hug.

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    1. Have a great day today and all the others Laura.

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  9. Now it's just learning to be a big bully, things will soon change! Great captures Bob...[;o)

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  10. Bob,Great photos of a stunning bird
    He or she now defends itself al.
    You have a series of top made ​​again!!
    grt,
    Annie
    http://anniezon.blogspot.nl/

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    1. Cheers Annie, yes, it can try to win any fights.

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  11. The gull i see every day, at the beach is in the 2nd photo!!!
    But in the 3rd,wow,what a wonderful shot and capture Bob!!!
    Great work!!!!
    Dimi...

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  12. "Don't mess with me" Bob. Great pics.

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  13. Great Pictures!! The last one is a great action in it

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  14. Bob, excellent! Such a great bold bird! The last shot is stunning!

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  15. Nie wygląda na agresywnego. Zdjęcie ostatnie jest świetne. Pozdrawiam.
    t does not look aggressive. Last image is great. Yours.

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    1. Yes, it was fighting with the Common Gulls, cheers Giga.

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  16. Great shots, Bob! The last image is awesome!

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  17. Some wonderful actions shots, Bob. Just what was he eating in that first shot?

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  18. These birds are massive! I see a few here and there in the winter and am always impressed by their size. Great captures as always, Bob!

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  19. Oh she is lovely ! So cute ! Thank you for these photos !
    Cheers and nice week Bob !

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  20. det siste bilde er spesiell, kjempe flott. :-)

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  21. That last photo - WOW! :-)

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  22. Un bell'attimo fuggente... ti auguro buone vacanze!
    Baci caro Bob

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  23. Gull is probably no baby bird, but they are incredibly beautiful, huge and looks so proud out / Brita

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  24. Bob, this series of photos is so incredibly breathtaking, I literally gasped. WOW!!!
    Please let us know when you publish a book. XXX

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  25. Hey,
    Nice post..
    Would you like to follow each other..!!!
    Keep in touch
    www.beingbeautifulandpretty.com

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  26. Bob, I would agree that the Black back and lesser Black back are aggressive but here in the far north they seem to mix happily with Black-headed and Common Gulls.
    Not much chance of me getting a photograph of them being nice though. I'll leave it to you on your annual expedition.

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  27. Very beautiful photos ;) Amazing juvenile!

    I follow you beautiful blog. I hope you will follow me back and I will wait for you in my blog www.gabusiek.blogspot.com

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  28. ♫• ° ° ·.
    A última foto é fabulosa!
    A primeira também!
    Boa semana!
    Beijinhos.
    . ·° ° • ♫♫

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  29. Beautiful as always Bob, the first is very beautiful with prey in its beak.
    Groetjes Tinie

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  30. Tal y como nos tienes acostumbrados una buena y detallada serie. Un abrazo,

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  31. Lovely markings on the feathers.

    I'll wave to you from Sussex...

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  32. great pics; shame about that, you'd have to wonder why (so aggressive). A bit of a bullying tactic?

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  33. Really super Bob.
    The first with prey in its beak is gorgeous, but also the last photo.
    Just beautiful!

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