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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Friday, 2 January 2015

Fieldfare hiding.

 Fieldfare not hiding




45 comments:

  1. It looks beautiful among the red fruit. I greet the new year.

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  2. super om zo het jaar te beginnen.

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  3. Des sangliers dans le coin !?
    Bonne année et merci pour vos photos.
    JP.

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  4. It's a long time since I've seen Fieldfare.

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    1. They were lots of them here, funny that you didn't catch one.

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  5. Lovely girl ! I like very much you first photo, with the berries, very very beautiful. in France we call this bird Grive Litorne. I love his colours.
    I wish you an Happy an healthy new year Bob, for you and your family.
    Cheers

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    1. Grive Litorne, it sounds lovely, thanks Nathanaëlle.

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  6. ...at peace with his surroundings. Beautiful, Bob.

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  7. I think you summed up the Fieldfare's feeding habits Bob.We don't have many hawthorn berries left here though.

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  8. I wouldn't have noticed him the first time if you didn't mention it

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  9. beautiful! i hope the berries are ripe!

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  10. Che nitide queste foto! grazioso il tuo soggetto! ciao Bob! Cristina : )

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  11. Bob....Your top image is my kind of perfection in wildlife photography, a bird in it's natural habitat , not looking like it's in a glass case in a museum....EXCELLENT.

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  12. Hola Bob,bellas fotos y postales navideñas,Un abrazo

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  13. What a gorgeous shot against those brilliant red berries :)

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    1. Well Wendy, I have to say it, thank you.

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  14. I'm enjoying the Fieldfare photos, I'm always struck with how much they resemble the North American Robins in demeanor. The grey head and fancy brown-edged chest feathers are lovely. Then today I saw a Robin in the yard, I thought they had all flown away for the winter.

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    1. Ah, Robins are a lot more different, the red on its belly, but yours is beautiful Hannah.

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  15. Bob, the Fieldfare is such a nice looking bird. Especially when photographed by an expert!!

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  16. Great series on the Fieldfare, Bob! I like the first shot in the berries.. Happy weekend!

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    1. Cheers Eileen, yes everybody thinks like that, thanks.

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  17. Wonderful pictures of the Fieldfare,Bob!Lovely bird!
    Like the first photo with the bird hiding through the red berries!Superb!
    Dimi...

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    1. Thank you Dimi, everybody seems toward the first.

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  18. They do have beautiful markings - well captured.

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  19. I have tried and tried to comment here today. Fingers/toes/eyes crossed that this time I succeed. I love him/her in hiding, I love him/her posing in the open - but the intent expression in the last photo has won my heart.

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    1. EC, you love the last one, um, you're the only one, lol.

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  20. Very beautiful shots Bob! Happy New year!!

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  21. HI Bob Well at least I have seen Fieldfare and Redwing on the I.O.W. although not as good views as these shots of yours. Have a lovely weekend.

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  22. Smashing birds Bob, and not easy to photograph.

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  23. I love the second picture, Bob.
    Beautiful pictures of the Fieldfare.
    Have a great weekend.

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  24. Congrats, Bob!
    I have tried to approach this one several times but to no avail :( LOL!!
    Gorgeous photos and magnificent bird!
    I wish you a great new year and many-many great photo opportunities :)
    Keep well, hugs from France

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  25. Tucked away in the tree ;)
    a hug

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