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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Monday, 15 December 2014

Fieldfare again. (Turdus pilaris)

One of my favourites.
Not the best quality.










50 comments:

  1. so very beautiful! love the intricate plumage!

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  2. Not the easiest bird to get good photos of. You have done well here Bob.

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  3. Well I think your shots are great Bob and I still have not seen one this year yet!

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  4. Splendour pictures of the Fieldfare Bob.
    I have not seen him this winter, unfortunately.
    Greetings Tinie

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    1. I am sorry for your loss, they might come there Tinie.

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  5. I love that glance over his shoulder and the white streak above his eyes. You really make us look! Just fascinates me to no end!

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  6. You say that this is not the best quality but I love them !!!
    The Fieldfare you actually photographed beautifully.
    I'm there quite a bit jealous!

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  7. This is a wonderful Bob.
    Excellent series of photos.

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  8. looks nice Bob,
    curious it is one of your favorite... it's quite simple.. but yes, really lovely ! saluti

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  9. This bird likes to eat apples ! Your shots are wonderful as always !
    Greetings

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  10. Geweldig Bob de kramsvogel staat er geweldig mooi op.

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  11. 'Not the best quality'....Despite your comment, an excellent set of the beautiful Fieldfare Bob.

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  12. It reminds me of an American Robin. I like that you provided various angles to view this beautiful bird.

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  13. Hola Bob,me gustan todas las imagenes de este zorzal real te han quedado magnificas amigo mio.Un abrazo

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  14. Lovely birds to see Bob... I had one in my garden once but that was years ago.

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  15. Such a cheeky charmer.
    You (and Ron Dudley) are waaaay too hard on yourself. I would be very, very happy to achieve any of these shots. If I stopped gawking long enough to take them...

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    1. Thank you EC, who is Ron Dudley by the way?

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    2. I have got him, beautiful Raptors.

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  16. Bob, beautiful shots of this lovely bird! It's very similar to our American Robin. But then they are in the same family!

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  17. Super gedaan bob lieve groetjes Danielle

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  18. It's not about the quality of the image, but the bird, which I love. Regards.

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    1. Yes you're right. I too love the Fieldfare, thanks Giga.

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  19. Looks mighty fine to me, Bob.

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    1. Ha ha, stern bird, it makes me funny Susie.

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  21. We don't have these where I live. I can see why you like them.

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  22. I get lost in your images, Bob



    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    <3

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  23. Bob, I think your photos are awesome and I love this pretty Fieldfare.. Have a happy week!

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  24. Beautifully captured. This species always maykes me think of Sweden as that's where I saw my first flock.

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  25. Oh good. Like you he publishes daily, takes beautiful photos and is very, very self critical.

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  26. Beautiful series of the Fieldfare.
    I've not seen here.
    Very well photographed, Bob.

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    1. I would think that the Fieldfare was at Holland at this time Irma.

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  27. Hello Bob,
    What a wonderful pictures you've made of this bird.
    Nice to get him so close in the lens. Well done my friend.

    Best regards,
    Marco

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  28. Cracking set of images Bob. I've seen plenty around here over the last few days but can't seem to get close enough for even a half decent photograph. You did well, they're very skittish!!...[;o)

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    1. A spare apple, a car with with me under a tarp, I can do it. Yes, they always a bit skittish Trevor.

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  29. j'aime bien lorsqu'il tourne la tête

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  30. Pues yo no las veo de baja calidad, son buenas tomas.

    Saludos.

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    1. It good to hear that, cheers Jesús.

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  31. What a beautiful bird Bob!
    Wonderful series of the Fieldfare!
    Is that an apple he is eatting?
    Great captures!
    Dimi...

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  32. Pretty bird. It resembles our (North) American Robin.. at least the juvenile.

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  33. Dices que no es la mejor calidad, pero a mi este zorzal me gusta, especialmente esa fotografía en la que una gotita de agua pende del pico.
    Un abrazo

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  34. Precious, look like paintings !!
    a hug.

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