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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Black-tailed Godwit. And the Southern Pochard by Callum on our Guest Photos.

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Saturday, 21 June 2014

Black-tailed Skimmer [Orthetrum cancellatum]

So, I'm affraid there is nothing left, they wouldn't repair my camera.........................it will be 1 month at least that I can afford to buy one. So, beware, there will be some from the magic bag. These were taken with Canon 5D, not the close up of 7D.




38 comments:

  1. your shots are beautiful no matter what! sorry about the camera, though.

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  2. Well Bob, these do not disappoint! Although camera equipment is important, I believe it's the person behind the camera that makes the magic happen.

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  3. Great shot of a fly I've never managed to see.
    It must be serious if it can't be repaired. What happened?

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  4. I don't know, over time, it got worst and until I couldn't handle it. Maybe, it could be me.........

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  5. heel mooi,hij lijkt wel moe en even bij te tanken.

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    1. Ah, refueling, that's a good idea, I think that I can do with that, ha ha.

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  6. Beautiful photos of this flat stomach Bob.
    Greetings Tinie

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  7. Excellent! We love dragonflies! On our blog today are also pictures of dragonflies, we invite you to visit :-)
    Have a nice weekend :-)

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  8. Sorry about your camera, Bob. That's a bummer. Hope you can afford to buy a new one soon. Nice shots of the skimmer. So clear.

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  9. BOB bonsoir je n'en vois toujours pas ici dans le SUD
    elle est très belle et bleue merci
    j'adore ces demoiselles bisou

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  10. Bob, these are still awesome shots of the dragonfly.. I am sorry your camera can not be repaired.. Enjoy your weekend!

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  11. Así como a la hora de pescar lo importante es el pescador, no la caña, a la hora de fotografiar lo importante es el fotógrafo. Espero que pronto tu equipo esté ok. Un abrazo,

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  12. Stunning images Bob.... I hope you get fixed up with a new camera soon.

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  13. I am so sorry. You will be getting very itchy trigger fingers before the month is up.
    Loved the dragonfly - and am very, very grateful for your magic bag.

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  14. Bob, thank you for linking up to my critter party.. Happy weekend to you!

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  15. That's not good news, Bob. I'm so sorry to hear that your camera has now been declared dead. I hope you manage to get a replacement soon.

    Super images of the B-t S, Bob, particularly that last one!

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    1. Yes, it has been tragic, but I've another, but not doing the right thing, no close up version, cheers Richard.

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  16. No baby birds? Still enjoyed my visit :)

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  17. Wonderful shots Bob!!
    I'm so sorry about your camera,you'll bye a new model much better!!
    Dimi...

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    1. I'm going to buy the same one, that's one I can use, cheers Dimi.

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  18. Really sorry that your camera has died :( Like everyone else I hope you can get a new one very soon. Love those photos of the dragonfly, they are such amazing creatures :)

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  19. Nice picture what ever camera you used - always a pain when a well loved bit of kit gives up the ghost!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  20. Bob, mesmo com câmara diferente, as fotografias estão soberbas!
    Belíssimo trabalho , quanta arte!
    Big hug

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  21. That's bad news about the camera Bob. I hope it's not too long before you find a replacement and the team is working at full strength once more?
    In the meantime I'm sure that the old magic bag will do you proud?
    Great shots of the Black-tailed Skimmer btw...[;o)

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    1. Yes, it is down to the magic bag, cheers Trevor.

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  22. Gorgeous shots of the dragonfly. I'm sorry about your camera.

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  23. Hi Bob.
    Sorry to hear of the camera.
    These dragonflies you have perfectly photographed.
    Best regards, Irma

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    1. Thank you Irma, for your comments.

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  24. The pleasure is in being behind the camera and most of all enjoying the moment.

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  25. Hi Bob,

    I'm curious about your camera. Is it your 7D that's broken? I have a &D that needs to be repaired so I'm wondering what has happened to yours.

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    1. Sorry I don't say much, but it is the stroke. Well, the camera was getting bad, it was losing focus, eventually it became totally worse.

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  26. I think you have a lot of wonderful images in your bag, like these here ! superb

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  27. Hola Bob buenas imagenes de esta libelula,es una lastima que te quedes sin camara un mes,vendran muy buenos momentos amigo.Un abrazo

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