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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Monday, 7 July 2014

Dunnock [Prunella modularis]

It just stopped raining, when, a Dunnock came beside me.


51 comments:

  1. Great bird portrait, Bob. You can't take it any better!

    Here we've variations in weather and it's really muggy today because of the heavy rain showers overnight.

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    1. Yes, we are having the same weather, thanks Uwe.

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  2. Nice and he/she isn't even wet!

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  3. He's not shy! Fabulous detail!

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  4. A fine little bird and such a sharp image of him too.

    peter

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  5. Dos excelentes fotografías, especialmente la primera de ellas, con la acostumbrada nitidez y detalle. Un abrazo,

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    1. Thanks Miguel, but, I would say it was number 2.

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  6. These showers make life difficult but you got the picture.

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    1. Yes, it is difficult, never mind.

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  7. Hi Bob great close ups.I love the line of dots under his eyes.

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  8. Lovely images of a garden favourite of mine...

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  9. Beautiful bird, stunning sharpness and detail, very good photos

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  10. Anche qui, vicino a Milano è piovuto tanto ....immagini superbe, Bob!
    Un abbraccio, Laura

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    1. I love Milan, beautiful. Sorry to hear that is raining, cheers Laura.

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  11. Stunning. And I love the texture in the wood as well as that incredible plumage. Thank you. Again. Lots.

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  12. Lieber Boh,
    wieder wundervolle Aufnahmen von einem seltenen Vogel.
    Auch die Musik gefällt mir.
    Einen schönen Abend wünscht dir
    Irmi

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  13. Amazing portrait!

    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^= <3

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  14. Your bird shots are just so beautiful and clear focused!
    You must have an amazing camera and lens :)

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    1. Put it down to camera and lens IcyBC.

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  15. Both backgrounds really show off the plumage. A bird I've only seen once in New Zealand, so good to see the details.

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  16. Such an acute eye!
    Your pictures let us know how beautiful is each bird from close and I can admire here the weave of his feathers!

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    1. Cheers Thérèse, you noticed the pattern of the feathers.

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  17. Goede morgen Bob ,
    Elke dag opnieuw heb jij weer prachtige opnames ,
    Wat werk je hard aan deze mooie hobby , deze heggenmus staat ook weer te pronken voor jou en voor ons !
    gr,
    Annie

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  18. Hallo Bob,
    they never come so close to me... even after the rain .. :-(
    perhaps because I would need that fabulous 500 mm ????
    ciao Magic !

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  19. What a pretty bird, Bob! Beautifully captured!

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  20. Very cute ... I wanted company, Bob ;)
    Good Tuesdays.
    a hug.

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  21. Beautiful photos of this Dunnock.
    Well done, Bob.

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  22. Two stunning pictures of a bird that I really love.
    That piece of wood is beautiful, and the details of the bird's feathers are great!
    Congrats,
    JR

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    1. You noticed the piece of wood, cheers JR.

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  23. Nice little bird that I once knew as a Dunnock.

    Sorry for slow reply - hectic weeks!

    Cheers - Stewart M

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  24. Me again - the windmill is a water pump!

    Cheers - Stewart M

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  25. What a preety bird Bob!!Great captures!
    Gorgeous pictures!!
    Dimi...

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    1. Yes, it is a preety bird, cheers Dimi.

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  26. Look a lot like mocking birds. Do they have as beautiful a song?

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  27. Hola Bob,espectaculares imagenes del Acentor.Un abrazo

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  28. Wonderful Bob, once again admire.

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  29. Thanks for this beautiful bird Bob !

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