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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Sunday, 26 October 2014

Juvenile Coot [Fulica atra]

And again, no sun, and they have put the clocks back. Brrrrrrrrrrrrr.





43 comments:

  1. never the less, you still can take good shots, Bob.

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  2. cute little coot. i'd share some of my sun if i could. close to 90F here today.

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  3. Beautiful young coot.
    Have a good Sunday Bob.
    Here also no sun today and yesterday either.

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  4. Sunless days with less daylight and cold weather does rather stink doesn't it !
    Still you find interesting shots Bob .

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  5. And why not in black and white!!
    A very nice picture Bob!
    I like your young coot too... Funny, I never caught a youngster in my lens! LOL!
    Enjoy your evening, I hope the weather gets better for you ;-)

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  6. Even without sun are the nice pictures!
    Have a good evening Crissi

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  7. Great series, Bob. I love coots too, but too bad that they are not as friendly as they look. Greetings from the Netherlands, Joke

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    1. Yes, they to do have a ding dong every now and then, cheers Joke.

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  8. Bonito pato. A mi tampoco me agrada mucho el cambio de horario en nuestros relojes.
    Un abrazo,

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  9. °.♪♬
    Fotografias deslumbrantes!!!

    Bom domingo, amigo!
    Beijinhos do Brasil.
    °.♪♬♫彡

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  10. We don't have daylight savings end until next week. We are getting lots of rain finally. The little coot, and my ducks, have to be there out in the cold 24/7, I admire their toughness. The silvery water and little coot look marvelous.

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    1. Daylight saving is a bad thing, why?

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  11. Great shots, Bob! I am not sure if I have ever seen a juvenile Coot.. At least not closeup ! Enjoy your week ahead!

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  12. Might be cute but they become such grumpy and aggressive birds, I think that's the calmest I have ever seen a coot.

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  13. Bob, a nice young Coot! We don't do our clocks until next weekend! Bother!

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  14. Hola Bob,bonitas imagenes de esta joven Focha.Un abrazo

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  15. The dark days of winter are here...... but everyday is nearer to Spring. Some nice shots today Bob.

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  16. Great shots Bob!!
    Wonderful pictures of the Coot bird!
    I saw Coot birds and the little ones in the canals of Delft(Holland)
    It was a joy watching them every day!
    Dimi...

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  17. Wonderful shots of this youngster.

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  18. with or without sun, always beautiful images
    I send you a still warm sunshine from here
    happy sunday Bob

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  19. Winter coming in, Bob - but you always manage to find the beauties to share-

    perfect Fall song- http://grooveshark.com/s/Urge+For+Going/3rghGw?src=5



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

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  20. It does look a bit wintry! It's interesting to see a young bird as well as it is obviously doing well.

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    1. Yes, it looks like its winter, but the temperature is high, very warm.

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  21. well well, let's see the positive part ! we slept one hour more :-)
    Have a nice and sunny week .... ciao Bob.

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  22. BOB Bonjour merci j'adore ce canard bisous

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  23. Bonitos patos , Bob,

    Saludos.

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  24. Wonderful captures even in low light.

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  25. Sunless are fine too; Now prior to bed.
    a hug.

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