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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Saturday, 30 November 2013

Dipper (Cinclus cinclus)

This is not a first, but it is the best I've got. And I am pleased. I have plenty to show you.  I have been after the Dipper for nearly ten years, and now here it is.





47 comments:

  1. Il est si beau ce petit oiseau BOB

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  2. Ohhhh Fantastic bird.. Great shots.. Congrats..

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  3. Oh good for you, Bob. How exciting to finally catch up with what you've been after. Lovely little thing it is, too.

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    1. Yep Hilary, I was really really happy.

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  4. Piękność z tego ptaszka. Pozdrawiam serdecznie.
    The beauty of this bird. Yours sincerely.

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  5. what a pretty little round thing! like his white bib and feather patterns on his back.

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  6. Very good that you have making a few good shots of this bird....it´s a special one.

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  7. Heel mooi ik vind het geweldig.

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  8. These photos have been well worth the wait Bob.Great work as always.


    peter

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  9. Great shots Bob and beautiful bird!
    Good evening
    Crissi

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  10. I have seen our dippers only as moving shadows. Lovely.

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  11. How lucky you are Bob!!Very preety bird!!What is the ring on his leg?
    Wonderful shots!!!!Amazing captures!!Have a nice weekend!!
    Dimi...

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    1. The ring on its leg, was put there by a birdwatcher.

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  12. Wonderful ! The little bird but so wonderful !
    Greetings !

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  13. What a stunning little bird. What do you think he/she is saying in that last shot? I notice it is banded. Conservation?

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  14. Estupendas imágenes del Mirlo Acuático, lástima que el entorno en el que aparece esté invadido por esa especie de red o cerca. Un abrazo,

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    1. Yes, it is a shame about the environment Miguel.

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  15. Awesome shots, a bird I would love to photograph.

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  16. Bob, well done! Congratulations on this beautiful little bird!

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  17. It was worth waiting for. A beautiful bird.

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  18. A new bird to me! And so well shown, Bob


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
    =^..^= <3


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  19. Oh - Very nicely done! He's a beauty, with such a bright eye!

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  20. it IS beautiful Bob and I noted the tag; I wonder where it had flown from

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    1. Yes, the ring will tell us where he/she was last caught. But, they don't travel very far.

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  21. What a beautiful bird is that!
    Greetings, SL

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  22. Congratulations Bob! You took wonderful pictures of this pretty bird, I love especially the first one! :-)

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  23. Beautiful photos Bob.
    We call this the Waterspreeuw, it is a rare bird.
    Greetings Irma

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  24. Un bel volatile... come tutti quelli che fotografi.
    Un abbraccio caro Bob

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  25. What a pretty Dipper! Much more colorful than our American Dipper. Great shots, Bob!

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  26. Hola Bob unas preciosas capturas.Un fuerte abrazo

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  27. That is nice you could capture it with your lens.
    Great pics.

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