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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Robin juvenile (Erithacus rubecula)

Lovely young Robin




51 comments:

  1. BOB BONSOIR
    QU'il est adorable cet oiseau
    tes photos sont extra encore

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  2. Excellent photographed Bob.

    Wish you a nice evening.

    Greetings, Joop

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  3. machtig mooi,hoe een klein vogeltje groot kan zijn.

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  4. HI Bob Lovely close up of this young Robin.

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  5. always a pleasure visiting you and see your birds.. ciao Bob

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    1. And it's a pleasure to look inside your as well Massimo.

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  6. amazing Bob , hvordan gjør du det. så klart og nært, 600mm? :-)

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    1. 500mm lens and a EF 1.4 II extender Dirk.

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  7. A beautiful little fledgling Bob!

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  8. Oh! What a darling! Wonderful close-up:)

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  9. COUCOU BOB il te regarde je trouve ce bel oiseau

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  10. Qué lindo.. Cute.. Congrats for the pictures..

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  11. Hi! Hope you are doing ok!
    How qute the robin is....great capture

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  12. These a great photos of a great little bird.


    peter

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  13. Oh Bob, what a precious little thing!! The detail is wonderful!

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  14. Awwww Cute little bird!!!♥

    Just the same i tried to save a while a go::))

    You take beautiful photoes Bob♥

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  15. Lieber Bob,
    herrlich dieses Vogelkind. Wieder tolle
    Detailaufnahmen.
    Einen geruhsamen Abend wünscht Dir
    Irmi

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  16. GREAT WORK! Wonderful images!

    Greetings from Denmark,
    Dorthe

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  17. Lovely set Bob, hopefully he will make it all the way.

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  18. What a beautiful bird Bob!!!
    So close!!I think his looking to me!!!
    Magnificent shots!!!
    Dimi...

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    1. Ha ha, he/she is looking out for you.

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    2. You know what?
      I think its plumage is even more beautiful than the adult one!!
      Gorgeous pics, Bob!

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  19. so cute ! wonderful images

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  20. Adorable shot of the fledgling!

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  21. oooh it's the sweetest; fabulous closeups Bob

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  22. Bonitas capturas del pequeño Petirrojo.Un abrazo

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    1. I'm so glad you like it, cheers Isidro.

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  23. Great photos of this young robin.
    Sharpness and detail are perfect Bob.
    Greetings Irma

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  24. Muy buenas fotografías. Se lo ve bien jovencito, como si acabase de dejar el nido. Un saludo,

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  25. Hi Bob. I found you via "Run Around Ranch Report." I keep seeing your comments here and there on blogs I'm following, and finally decided to pop over and check out yousr. I'm signing up to follow, and invite you to join mine as well. Your photography is super! Love the Robin shots.

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  26. Beautiful Shots..He smile for you...

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  27. What a little cutie. It's late in the season for such a young one. I hope he'll be okay.

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    1. I think that she/he will be alright, cheers Hilary.

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  28. Uwielbiam te ptaszki i jak są dorosłe, również. Pozdrawiam.
    I love these birds and how they are grown, as well. Yours.

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  29. Such a tiny thing but beautiful!

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  30. Texture of each feather, and the colors...absolutely amazing. And he is so cute I'd like to bury my nose in his puffy soft chest! (Although I assume he won't appreciate it...) LOVED the piece by Anuna too!

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  31. I myself have never seen a young roodbost Bob, but they are very beautiful.
    You leave here again through a wonderful series of this young bird show.
    My compliments.

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  32. I've never seen one before, not a juvenile one, they sure look different.

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