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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Redwing (Turdus iliacus)

A nice day today, and it was a nice birdwatching day.






45 comments:

  1. OOOOOOOOOOOOh this one is very beautiful~!!!
    Bob~~~~~~~~~~

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  2. such a pretty thing enjoying his berry bounty!

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  3. Very nice pictures and good music......nice post Bob.

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  4. Bob, I don't know how these photos could be any better! The bird and the berries - what a perfect combo. Fabulous!!

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  5. hi Bob. What a wonderful bird to. See and photograph. I have not seen one yet!

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  6. Unas muy buenas capturas otoñales en las que has captado al ave en pleno proceso de alimentarse. Un abrazo,

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  7. Hi Bob,

    Yes I see that the redwing to come to you is this beautiful bird that enjoys the berries that sit on trees!
    Also your blog of beautiful ducks are super!!
    I can not rule every time because I have to keep calm, but many today I put my best foot forward!
    Sincerely, Annie
    http://anniezon.blogspot.nl/

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  8. That bird bursting into song is so beautiful I can almost hear it, Bob--thanks to your spectacular photos!

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  9. Beautiful bird photos,Bob!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  10. was it ever a good birdwatching day; picking up photos like this was an added bonus; that's also kind of what 'makes your day' isn't it just?

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  11. Cracking set of images Bob, and some lovely sunshine too!
    Lovely birds to see, although they've eluded me so far this winter!...[;o)

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    1. They are beautiful in ever way Trevor.

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  12. Hola Bob magnificas tomas de uno de mis zorzales favoritos.Un fuerte abrazo

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  13. Great pictures Bob!!!
    Wonderful shots!!! Beautiful bird!!
    Dimi...

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  14. Well done! What equipment has been used? And how long do you actually wait/sit/walk when taking bird photos?

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    1. I used the Canon 7D and EF 500 f/4 IS II USM Lens, actually waited for about 1 hour. And I used a mobility hide.

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  15. There is plenty to eat for them right now!
    These are lovely photos Bob - I am glad you had a nice day! :-)

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  16. These are very beautiful images, lovely composed, brilliant portraits and such a marvelous autumn mood with the nice red berries !!

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  17. How very beautiful. And I love the berries too - both species are exotic to me. Thank you.

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  18. A beauty of a Thrush and some nice colours in the shots Bob.

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  19. these are some cracking shots Bob, last time i watched these birds was on the canal bank down the docks.


    peter

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    1. These were taken in the same place Peter.

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  20. Beautiful ... It's getting good berries :))
    Have a good night Bob.
    a hug.

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  21. Nie tylko dla Ciebie był miły dzień, ale i dla nas, bo masz piękne zdjecia. Pozdrawiam.
    Not only you had a nice day, but for us, because you have beautiful pictures. Yours.

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  22. That's a very different bird from the Redwing Blackbirds we have in our wetlands here in Minnesota!

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  23. Fantástica se serie. Enhorabuena. Un saludo.

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  24. Hi Bob... Love ...love ..love those photos of the Redwing ; ))!!

    Grace
    Music to slow!! : )

    Grace

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  25. Pretty shots, love the bird with the colorful berries.

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  26. Fantastic! work
    photographic exquisite! hug

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  27. Beautiful photos of the redwing, Bob.
    Nice that it eats berries.
    Greetings Irma

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    1. It is nice to see them eating berries, cheers Irma.

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  28. Very beautiful bird! Looks a lot like our Robin.

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  29. Great pictures of Redwing in the food dish.

    Ottar

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