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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Thursday, 11 December 2014

Jay (Garrulus glandarius)

I have tried for the Jay many times, but it just eluded me. Yesterday I got one, not too bad either. It has been at least two years since I last shot one.



55 comments:

  1. Buena nitidez en el plumaje, Bob, buenas capturas.

    Saludos.

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  2. You certainly did well indeed Bob, lovely shots.

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  3. Great work Bob. They are skittish birds but beautiful.

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  4. Oh wow.. what a beauty. And you still have such green grass there. Ours is totally white, right now. ;)

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    1. Our grass always is green, it must be the large amounts of rain Hilary.

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  5. He looks like an aggregation of three kinds of birds. Very cool.

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  6. An early Christmas present for you - and for us. Thanks Bob - another beauty.

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  7. well you certainly captured it the Jay very well

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  8. oh I know this bird ! we have jays too
    but never seen so close ! beautiful images Bob

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  9. Such a delicate blue color! I think we have jays sometimes in the backyard passing by but I don't have a lens like yours!

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  10. Wonderful shots of the Jay, Bob. I'm very envious!

    Best wishes - - - - Richard

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  11. What a striking looking little bird! We definitely don't have them Down Under. Shame.

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    1. That's a shame, but you do have plenty of birds.

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  12. Great shots Bob, it was worth the long wait!...[;o)

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  13. Hola Bob,magnifica y bella captuta se este Arrendajo.Un abrazo

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  14. Preciosas imágenes del "gallo de monte" o, como lo llaman en mi pueblo "arrendajo".
    Un abrazo,

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  15. Bob, glad you got this one, it's very pretty! Great shots!

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  16. Je hebt de Gaai mooi te pakken Bob.

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  17. Yes they dont seem to stay still very long, you have made a good job of these Bob.

    peter

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  18. Wow!!What a beauty!!
    Wonderful shots of the Jay,Bob!!
    You were so lucky!
    Dimi...

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  19. ♪♬° ·.
    Nunca vi esse pássaro, mas a asa dele é um adorno a mais na natureza.

    Ótimo restinho de semana!
    Beijinhos.
    °♪♬✿ミ

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  20. They do look attractive, but I gather they don't always have nice habits!

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  21. I love your pretty jays! Great shots, Bob!

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  22. Beautiful birds to see Bob but one species I struggle to capture with the camera.

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  23. I like them the feathers on the wings. Regards.

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  24. I love these birds, we have them here too, they are beautiful, but naughty! :-)

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    1. They are beautiful, but, they are clever not naughty, lol.

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  25. Maar wat is hij mooi pracht foto's zijn het geworden Bob lieve groetjes Danielle

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    1. They are beautiful, thanks Danielle.

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  26. Hallo Bob,
    2 years, but it was good waiting for him ... just beautiful !

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  27. These are great photos of Jay.
    Perfectly done, Bob.

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  28. Very nice pictures of jay .. Happy weekend Bob..

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  29. Muito lindo!
    parabéns pelo click perfeito!

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  30. Ciao Bob
    Complimenti!!!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQpMjOL7s5s

    Buona serata, Edo

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  31. Nice little patch of blue in the wings. A beautiful bird.
    Great shots!

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  32. I wonder what has it found.

    A million pound?

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  33. In my land there is a bird seemed with a similar name, "jayo", is true that are very díficiles of coming out in photographs, but your photos are excellents, Bob and always they it are. Happy weekend, Bob

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  34. It was slow, but you have rediscovered !!
    a hug.

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