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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Dunnock. And the Robin by Dave Key on our Guest Photos. New! Bobs Wildlife Youtube Channel. Keep your eyes open for "The Springtime Chick Count".

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Saturday, 3 May 2014

Pied Wagtail [Motacilla alba]

Something is wrong with my camera, it's either that or its the lens, and if that's what I think it is, its mega money..................
I AM CRYING, SOB SOB, SOB
These are from today, as you can tell.




42 comments:

  1. i think they're still beautiful! but i'm sorry you're having troubles!

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  2. Oh no! The lens would be worse, I'd think.. though the camera would mean doing without. I trust you Googled the issue to see what you could find out? I hope it's resolvable .. and not too costly.

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  3. Bob, hope it doesn't turn out to be anything too drastic!

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  4. Miałam okazję widzieć na żywo w Irlandii Życzę wszystkiego dobrego ! :)

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  5. Ouch. And repeat.
    I love the pied wagtail - and hope (probably nearly as much as you) that your camera woes are easily (and cheaply) fixed.

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  6. de sitter jo aldri stille, vanskelig å fotografere men en mester som du klarer det kjempe bra !!!

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  7. Well I think your pictures still look really good. From Findlay

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  8. I hope it's not your lens Bob, shots of the bird are still good.

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  9. Very original bird !
    Greetings

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  10. Full of character these birds, Nice shots Bob, I hope the problem is not as bad as you think.

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  11. I love these pretty birds! Beautiful shots, Bob!

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  12. I hope it sorts its self out Bob, these look sharp to me.

    peter

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  13. I thought Florida had a lot of birds. Pretty

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    1. Everywhere thinks there a lot of birds R. Mac.

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  14. Cool looking birds, Bob! Hope you win the lotto to cure whatever your camera/lens problems might be.

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  15. Que delicadeza. que maravilha Bob.
    Fantastic!
    Big hug

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  16. I hope its nothing too serious, Bob.
    These sure are pretty birds.

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  17. Superior to what I can achieve, Bob! Hope it sorts out painlessly, pal


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral

    =^..^=

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  18. Bob, it looks as if the stabiliser is working too hard. Try shoving the ISO up a bit.
    Good luck.

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    1. Sounds a good idea, I'll try it out.

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  19. This hobby costs us money.

    Sigh....

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  20. The photos are really good so hopefully it is not as bad as you think!

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  21. Beautiful photos of the Pied Wagtail, Bob.
    I hope that the problem with the lens quickly get resolved, and not too expensive.
    Happy Sunday, Irma

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    1. I am going out right now, hopefully I will try out something new, thanks and happy Sunday to you too.

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  22. Oh no - hope you get your camera sorted out! Lovely shots.

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  23. Hope it's nothing major wrong with your camera Bob..and it doesn't take much fixing

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  24. Thanks for this beautiful bird !
    I hope your material is good...

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  25. Beautiful pictures of, we call it the: witte kwikstaart

    Groetjes Tinie

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  26. don't cry Bob ! these images are beautiful !
    sure you will find the problem
    happy sunday

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  27. The photos are still really good!

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  28. I like your pictures Bob!!They look good to me!
    Dimi...

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  29. Photos are not bad :) Taken in the park?

    Greets :))

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  30. They look fine to me. Wagtails are an enigmatic family I enjoy immensely.

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  31. This is very rare to see.

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