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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Thursday, 31 October 2013

Common Robin (Erithacus rubecula)

Bad day for the weather, nothing photographed. A few of birds I haven't shown you.





45 comments:

  1. Sweet, lovely little Robins to cheer on a day left inside without seeing our friends!

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  2. Love your blog! Maybe we could follow each other on bloglovin or GFC? Please leave me a comment or follow me and I will follow you =)

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  3. fabulous shots you have held back for us now!!!

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  4. Beautiful bird and again stunning photos!
    Greetings
    Calendula

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    1. Thank you for your comment Calendula.

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    2. Sweetness personified! Such clarity, I could almost reach out and touch!

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  5. I'm speechless ...
    Spectacular!

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  6. amazing Bob, congratulations ! great photos.

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  7. Your photos are breathtaken Bob!!!
    Great shots!!!!My favorite bird!!!!
    Dimi...

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  8. Um passarinho encantador!As tuas fotos são sempre especialmente belas.
    M. Emília

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  9. Bad weather days always good for showing older but excellent images :)

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  10. HI Bob Lovely series of beautiful shots of this lovely bird and I love the last shot of it picking up something to eat. well captured

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  11. super super lovely shots Bob!!!!He is so cute-))
    Have a nice day and a happy new month
    Christa

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  12. Bonitas capturas de un de mis aves favoritas,a ver si este año me entran en el comedero.Un abrazo

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    1. Yes, they are everybodies favourites.

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  13. Geweldig mooi Bob het roodborstje komt heel mooi tot zijn recht.

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  14. Splendid photos of the Robin! love the photography..

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  15. Lovely bird and very nice photographed..... good work Bob.

    Greetings and i wish you a nice weekend, Joop

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  16. A fine Robin it is. It just needs a bit of snow to set it off.

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    1. No no no, it's too early for snow, lol.

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  17. Bob, these are lovely shots of 'the gardeners friend'...[;o)

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  18. A beautiful little bird ! Thanks Bob

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  19. Oooooooohhhhh lovely bird
    Bob~~~~~~~~~~~~

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  20. Really gorgeous, beautiful bird and great shots of Bob.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  21. Un bell'esemplare , mi piacerebbe fotografare questi uccelli. Abiti in un bel luogo.
    Ciao Bob un abbraccio!

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  22. Always a pleasure to see a robin on your blog. How could you keep it from us Bob, ...naughty!!:=)

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  23. hi bob,

    love this!
    fantastice bird captures. it's always a treat to see your birds dear.

    happy weekend~

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  24. You must have had a bad day, Bob, but Robin is perfect :))
    Have a good weekend.
    A hug.

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  25. Yep, bad days ahead!
    At least you can show some pics from your secret draws!
    And this fellow is gorgeous, what proximity!
    Cheers Bob!

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  26. Wonderful shots of a great little bird.
    Have a nice weekend.
    Greetings, Gerda

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  27. A beautiful little bird we all love to see ...

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  28. That lens has a nice bokeh Bob!

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  29. Bob, wonderful shots! The prettiest little bird ever!

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  30. Dziękuję za cudowne zdjęcia mojego ukochanego ptaszka. Pozdrawiam.
    Thank you for the wonderful pictures of my beloved bird. Yours.

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  31. Tres bellas imágenes para este bonito petirrojo. Un abrazo,

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  32. Beautiful picks of this lovely Robin.. Well done..

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