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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Red-legged Partridge. And the Smew by David Key on our Guest Photos. New! Bobs Wildlife Youtube Channel. Keep your eyes open for "The Springtime Chick Count".

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Monday, 2 February 2015

Cormorant [Phalacrocorax carbo]

It was a bit too windy, as you will see. Anyway, here it is. 



57 comments:

  1. he's a great fence-sitter! i hope you'll link this to good fences this thursday (evening for you).

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  2. I always enjoy seeing Cormorants. Oh, and your Header photo is fabulous - Gotta love the Waxwings!!

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  3. He is beautful, Bob--thanks for letting me see this view--I usually see them from far off.

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  4. Hi Bob!
    first of all, I have to tell that this new header is fantastic!
    The waxwing is such a gorgeous bird!
    And as for the cormorant, wind or not, he stands proudly!
    2 great pics :)
    Keep well and warm, I saw you were going to get severe cold!!!
    Tomorrow, it is snowing here!

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  5. Hi Bob,
    so nah habe ich noch nie einen Comoran gesehen.
    Tolle Aufnahmen.
    Einen guten Start in die Woche wünscht
    Irmi

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  6. He is really posing for you. Great shots Bob.

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  7. Great birds to watch Bob... super shots as always.

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  8. GORGEOUS photos! And GREAT new header! :-)

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  9. Nice pictures of great cormorant. The cover fantastic.. Lovely bird and great picture. regards..

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  10. An exciting recording.
    Beautiful colors.
    Great plumage.
    Greetings - Monika

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  11. Hola Bob,bien fotografiado y en su mejor momento.Un abrazo

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  12. We are happy to let the bird took me in "shoulders". Let.

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  13. Just beautiful. Love the cormorant balancing in the wind...

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  14. Bob, great shots! What a sight!

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  15. Great captures of the Cormorant,Bob!
    Gorgeous pictures!
    Dimi...

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  16. Nice. Looks like s/he is taking a big stretch.

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  17. Great photos of the cormorant wingspan. Amazing colors.

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  18. I like your new "header"! Cormorants are amazing too.

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  19. Cormorants are nifty birds.. even if fishermen tend to hate them for how much they can deplete a lake of fish. Great photos, Bob.

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  20. Hi, Bob.
    Here am I once again.
    I've been looking over briefly your last photos. Beautiful, as always!
    You've made a really excellent work with the Bewick's Swan and the Pheasant. Congrats!
    Best wishes,
    JR

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  21. Un buen encuadres. Has sabido separar dos medios distintos con una forma elegante.
    Un saludo

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  22. Bob, you did a tremendous job with these images. Beautiful and majestic bird!

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  23. Those are neat birds--great shots! And I do like your new header!

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    1. I'm glad you like my header Bethany.

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  24. You make me long for the earth I have not left yet



    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    <3

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  25. Hello Bob,
    Beautiful pictures of the cormorant, that feathers able to dry.
    Your header of the waxwing I love.
    Best regards, Irma

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    1. Cheers Irma, and for my Waxwing the header.

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  26. Bien captado ese cormorán tomando el sol y secando sus plumas.
    Un abrazo,

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  27. Hi Bob, beautiful captures of the Cormorant.. And I love the Waxwing header! Have a happy day!

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  28. I love to watch them in clear water. Such cool swimmers, using little feetsies and wings. Amazing creatures. A bit confused with their environment, but they'll always be one of my favorites to watch

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  29. Бачу день видався вітряним))) Це тому пташка вирішила відтворити сцену із "Титаніка" ;) Чудова робота, Боб!

    xoxo, Juliana | PJ’ Happies :) | PJ’ Ecoproject

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  30. The Cormorant spread his wings, just for your photo, and a superb image it is too.:)

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  31. Hi Bob, I can only agree with previous speakers, great pictures, especially when cormorants drying their feathers, it looks great, you've shown here great.
    regards Frank

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  32. beautiful images of that bird !

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  33. Fabulous images Bob! I love Cormorants.

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  34. Love how it is stretching and showing all of it's beauty :)
    Have a fine day
    【ツ】Knipsa

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  35. I have the whole world under my wings! Lovely capture.

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  36. Oh what a pose. Look Bob go get your camera. I am good for Thursday fencing you think.

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  37. Amazing work. You definitely know what to do with your camera.

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  38. Nice balancing act on that fence.

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  39. Fantastic photos...it is the first time I have seen/noticed their feet.

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  40. he looks great on the rustic fence.

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  41. Majestic as only he can be!

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  42. Great photos! But, BE STILL MY HEART--that header is exquisite!

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