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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Sunday, 4 May 2014

Robin chick

I thought that a little adjustement to my camera might come out, and it did. Silly old fart. Fancy that, I hadn't opened the viewfinder clarity. Pfffffffffffffff.
Thanks for writing to me giving advice and other things.





65 comments:

  1. Adorable robin chick! Wonderful photos, Bob!

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    1. Oh, I am sooooo glad for you Bob that it turned out to be okay!
      Sweetest little birdie! :-)

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    2. It was a little thing, I think that I am stupid.

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  3. Very nice Bob.
    I saw a young one today. :-)

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  4. And I have learned a new thing.

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  5. Awesome shots! Really a cute little guy.

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  6. Beautiful photos of this young robin.
    The first picture is my favorite, Bob
    I hope the camera and lens continue to do well.
    Greetings Irma

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    1. It is my fault, sob. Never should be a company like Canon, cheers Irma.

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    2. PS Bob I just wipe my view finder with a cotton bud that I've licked. Do Canon have a system for doing it? These are sharp. Much sharper than any I take.

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    3. Sorry Adrian, I don't know.

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  7. I wanted to tell you :don't worry, but I see it's ok.:)
    Nice robin:)
    Greetings:))

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  8. You had snot on your view finder? Deary me keep stuff clean. I got so much salt spray on the front element a month ago auto focus went AWOL As I use prismatic focus screens i thought I'd broken the camera. Such is life.
    Nothing wrong with the gear it's the idiots that use and abuse it.

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  9. Hahaha!!!
    Bob you are really too modest!
    I think you could seriously give advice to many of us!
    Your pics are always brilliant!
    I love this little fellow, what a cute chick!
    Keep well!

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  10. SO glad it was something easy! look at this adorable, tiny, just-a-bit-fluffly-still baby!!!

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  11. Chicks already? They have just arrived here! Glad you fixed your camera!

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  12. Glad you are all sorted out now. Some lovely shots today Bob, hope the little fella makes it all the way.

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  13. Bob, thank you for linking up your post to my critter party.. Have a happy week ahead!

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  14. E agora está tudo certinho Bob?
    My God! So beautiful!
    Big hug!

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  15. .°º。✿✿彡
    Curte!!! Cute!!!

    Bom domingo!
    Boa semana!
    Beijinhos.
    ✿✿° ·.

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  16. I love this little fellow, and the music!

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  17. Well good job you didnt have to give it a bang to get it working, great results.

    peter

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  18. BOB bonsoir au début je pensais voir une pigne
    bravo je le trouve si beau cet oiseau bisou

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  19. Hola Bob,magnificas imagenes de este joven Petirrojo.Un abrazo

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  20. Well,everything is ok now Bob!!What a cute little bird!!
    Excellent shots!Cheers!
    Dimi...

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    1. Yes, it was my fault, cheers Dimi.

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  21. Bob, glad u got that sorted! This is such a pretty little bird! I've never seen a Robin chick before. Our are all mouth and gangly. Not near as pretty! Cheers!

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  22. great that it works again !
    so lovely birds and fantastice shots

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  23. Se pueden apreciar hasta los restos del plumón de este pequeño. Un abrazo,

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  24. I've never seen a Robin Chick close-up. This is the fantastic gift you give to us--a view we would otherwise never have. From your beautiful eye.

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  25. Glad you fixed the problem, these chics are gorgeous.

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  26. Wonderful, wonderful news. And a wonderful, wonderful robin to celebrate. Thank you. And wobbly happy dances too.

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  27. what a beautiful little robin chick... as for your photography... i wouldn't worry about a thing... you always have very nice images to share. have a great day~

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  28. I am so glad that your camera is working again, Bob!
    This little one is just precious.

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  29. What great shots of that baby! Jealous as we won't see those for quite a while yet.

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  30. Such a beautiful little robin chick :)
    Greetings

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  31. Oh what a relief. That's good news! And that's a beautiful baby with that wee bit of downy fluff on its head. So cute!

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  32. ....how beautiful your intro robin chick Bob - W.O.W. (I've been away so just getting back to leaving comments again).

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    1. Nice to see you, and cheers Carole.

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  33. Glad to hear that it wasn't an expensive job on your camera Bob. I can see that all is okay now, and back to normal, with these great shots...[;o)

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    1. I was glad I can tell you Trevor, let's say I'm back to normal, what ever is normal!

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  34. Great pictures of the young Robins.

    Ottar

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  35. As a photographer, my camera is not fancy enough to have such a setting....at least I do not think so. There is so much I don't know, though.

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  36. This is a very cute chick! We love this bird!
    Greetings

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  37. I'm happy to hear that your camera just needed a little adjustment! Your robin photos are brilliant Bob!

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  38. It is a small and handsome.

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  39. very nice....
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