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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Robin (Erithacus rubecula)

I was sleeping and dreamed of a Robin, bobbing it's head around. There was snow on the ground, but still it's found a bit to eat. Aha, the Robin still looked good. Then, I woke up, and the Robin was there, but, no snow.



49 comments:

  1. glad you've not had snow yet! :)

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  2. Sweet little bird. In that last image, it's like she bowing to your photography expertise.

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  3. I love this robin.
    Perfectly done, Bob.

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  4. Hey Bob, you just beat my Robin picture.

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  5. La buena luz hace más atractivos los ya de por sí bonitos colores del plumaje.

    Saludos.

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  6. NIcely done Bob. Such a beautiful bird!

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  7. Una preciosidad de pájaro y unas excelentes fotos, especialmente la primera en que lo has sorprendido sosteniéndose sobre una sola pata.
    Un abrazo,

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  8. Sometimes reality is even more beautiful than dreams :) precious, precious pictures, Bob

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  9. Bob, and it's a perfect Robin! Nice shots! Nice when dreams come true!

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    1. Robin, I dream quite a lot, mostly they are good.

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  10. Cudowny Robin photos,Kocham tego ptaka.

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  11. Prachtig Bob het roodborstje kan er niet mooier opstaan.

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  12. Wonderful images Bob... I still have one singing in my garden but it is a bit quiet at the moment.

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  13. Wow!!Magnificent shots Bob!!Excellent photos!
    Love the robin bird! It's in my yard and in my area!
    I love how it sings!I need some lessons from you how to catch him with my lens!
    Please!!!
    Dimi...

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  14. Such a sweet little bird :)

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  15. Hola Bob,bonitas imagenes de este Robin.Un abrazo

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  16. Love it. And am always amazed at the false advertising. That breast is not red. I suppose Robin Ochre-breast just doesn't cut it...

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  17. Handsome, very handsome verdad.Bob !!!
    Good night.
    a hug.

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  18. Delicacy that Bob!
    I love these birds. Here are called Piscos
    Wonderful.!!
    Big hug

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  19. Bob, I love your sweet Robin! Adorable photos!

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  20. Oh noo, not yet( I mean snow)...
    But Robin is so cute:)

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  21. ... and, I've got some snow, but no robins...... they've all flown south for the winter now....I miss them and their little songs....

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  22. Sweet wonder. The last shot was epic, Bob


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^= . <3 . >< } } (°>

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  23. Such a sweet little bird ! Your photos are beautiful, as always !
    Greetings

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  24. He came to your subliminal summons! :-) FANTASTIC shots! He's a sweet robin.

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  25. Your dream was wonderful. And the poses in your pictures superb!

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    1. Thanks Ruby, you say are so wonderful.

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  26. Glad that was a dream with snow in it as it is too early for that.

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  27. Beautiful images. Your robins are warmer looking than ours.

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  28. Glad you got the Robin and not snow..

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  29. Beautiful dream you've had.
    It is sweet ...

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  30. Such cute photos of the European robin, it has a really beautiful golden orange breast. The robin we get is bigger and not as dainty and cute looking, the breast is more of a reddish color and the head is black. It has a characteristic hopping thing it does, and is migratory so they are gone now.

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  31. Excellent shots of the cute robin! Glad you don't have snow yet.

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