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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Saturday, 18 January 2014

Wild Boar [Sus scrofa]

Here is the Wild Boar, I might have shown you before, but, here they are.






51 comments:

  1. It is a strange animal lol
    BOB~~~~~~~~~~~~
    LOVE THIS MUSIC TOO

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    1. Ry Cooder is one of a lovely musician, love him Amandine.

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  2. Bob, amazing closeups of the wild boar! Happy weekend!

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  3. The details and expressions on this boar's face are stunning! Almost like being there myself.
    Bob, you are a master photographer.

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    1. Thanks Dawn, those things you have said, MASTER PHOTOGRAPHER, it's a lie, lol.

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  4. Are these females? Somehow I was expecting to see tusks when I saw your title. Nice photos!

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  5. marvelous creatures, but i do not want them on my farm!

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  6. Diesem wilden Gesellen möchte ich aber nicht plötzlich gegenüberstehen.
    Ein schönes Wochenende wünscht Dir Marie

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  7. Stunning photos. I felt I could touch the coarse hairs right on my computer screen.

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  8. Close up and details.. Great shots Bob..

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  9. Ya know Bob, I've been told I'm a wild boar too! Gotta love Ry!

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  10. Beautiful wild boar, Bob.
    Lots of details.
    Good weekend.

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    1. Thanks Irma, and you have lovely weekend.

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  11. A lovely animal to see but not one I would like to bump into in the woods on my own! Nice set of shots Bob.

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  12. Very fine photos Bob!:) I like her surprisingly soft and gentle gaze,... nice eyelashes too!

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  13. Those look rather sweet, Bob, compared to the tusked monsters that match wits with hunters and dogs in our mountains.....you make anything look good. Wish you could photo ME!



    ALOHA from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
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  14. Hola Bob,buenas imagenes .Un fuerte abrazo y feliz fin de semana

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  15. Nie wygląda groźnie, ale w lesie wolałbym go nie spotkać. Pozdrawiam.
    It does not look scary, but in the woods I'd rather it did not happen. Yours.

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    1. They are not scary, they are beautiful and run away from you.

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  16. Great Pictures!
    But they are not to play with if you meet them outdoors.

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  17. Beautiful wild boar, Bob!
    Great captures!
    Have a nice weekend!
    Dimi...

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  18. Fantastic pictures !
    She looks scary....

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  19. Beautful photos you have make, Bob!

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  20. And what gorgeous eyelashes...
    Thanks Bob.

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  21. Bob, simplesmente extraordinárias fotografias! Estão com uma realidade que impressionam!
    Em Portugal, na Serra do Gerês, existem. São um problema para a cultura porque destroem muito.
    Fantasticas
    Abraço

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  22. Beautiful wild boar, Bob!
    Close up and details..
    gr,
    Annie

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  23. Awesome photos Bob! I hope you used your zoom and did not go too near! :-)

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    1. I was in the car, but my son, who was with me, but he got really close Yael.

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    2. That is one fascinating animal I just love!
      So smart!
      Isn't it great to be able to get that close?!!!
      Ours are so much more wild!!
      Wonderful portraits again!
      Cheers Bob!

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  24. Love your wild Boar, I wonder whether he'd be any good at finding truffles?!

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  25. just as well you have that super-duper lens Bob; I'm not sure I'd want to get up close to the wild boar!

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  26. Beautifully! Here in the woods there are many wild boar!
    Regards Crissi

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    1. They are unwanted round here. As for, I think they are lovely.

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  27. Maar Bob hoj staat ver geweldig mooi op.

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  28. Maar hij staat er geweldig mooi op Bob.

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  29. Beautiful close ups of these interesting critters.

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  30. He is a cool looking critter. Are they hunted for food?

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    1. No, they are hunted down, because they, the hunters are evil, they want to get rid of them. In fact, they are timid, but, they can get a bit bad tempers when they have little ones around.

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  31. What a wonderful detailed photos Bob.
    Really gorgeous photographed.
    Taipans!

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  32. Wow Bob, but it is beautiful. Were not you afraid?

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  33. I have not seen that they can be found also in the U.S., they are in my country :)

    Greets :)
    Damian from Poland :)

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