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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Monkey Puzzle Tree

Not the usual, but it is natural.





31 comments:

  1. Where are they? the monkeys ;-)
    Not usual but colorful Bob!

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    1. Funny ha ha. I don't seem to have your address, could you send it to me?

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  2. very cool tree - looks like a pine tree crossed with a cactus. :)

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  3. Beautiful pictures of this monkey tree.
    In the Netherlands we call this tree so.
    Greetings Irma

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  4. Good photo's Bob....and i like your music choise very much.

    Greetings, Joop

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  5. Beautiful pictures of the plant.
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  6. det er sant Bob der og naturen og du viser det på en kjempe flott måte.

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  7. Hi Bob Love the yellow/green emerging new growth of this Monkey Puzzle tree

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  8. I adore trees, and especially conifers and so this beauty would be something that I would always look for...very nice Bob~

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  9. Bob, ich bin überwältigt. So tolle Aufnahmen
    und so nah dran. Danke dafür.
    Einen schönen Restabend wünscht Dir
    Irmi

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  10. Bob, great shots! We get Monkey Puzzle trees here too! They quite amaze me!

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  11. Never seen the likes of this tree. Unique!

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  12. Great study Bob!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada

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  13. What a funny name for a tree Bob!!
    It looks nice!!
    Great shots!!!Nature and birds,i love them,both!!
    Dimi...

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  14. Neat looking tree, Bob! Great shots!

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  15. such strange lol ha ha!!!!!!!!!!!

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  16. Bob, it is absolutely beautiful. Perfect tree.

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  17. Bob bonjour
    je viens de rentrer
    et je suis heureuse de regarder tes belles photos
    tu changes donc
    pas d'oiseaux
    pas de canards mais alors de belles plantes que je ne connais pas du tout
    bise

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  18. And where have you been to find such a extraordinary tree??!!
    It reminds me of some africain trees!
    Very interesting!

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  19. These are indeed not the usual pictures of you Bob, but some monkeys tree is very special. Besides, you have to know this amazing beautiful to photograph :-)

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  20. I love this tree and its foliage! It's monumental!

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