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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Monday, 20 April 2015

Buzzard (Buteo buteo)

Photographed in Beachley, nr Chepstow.
Taken from unknown place.




45 comments:

  1. Bob, awesome sighting and great shots of your Buzzard! Have a happy week ahead!

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    1. I photographed that one from a long way, hence the cutting, have a nice week ahead Eileen.

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  2. Beautiful photos of the buzzard, Bob.
    I love raptors.

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    1. It wasn't that good, well, I didn't. It was cut too much. Thanks Irma.

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  3. Suas fotos são sempre fantásticas!!!

    Ótima semana!
    Beijinhos.
    ♬♪ه° ·.

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  4. A nice set of Buzzard shots Bob, very nicely captured.

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  5. As usual, very fine shots of these handsome birds! And I've never heard that version of The Weight before--thanks.

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  6. Hola Bob,magnificas tomas de esta elegante rapaz en su ambiente natural.Un abrazo

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  7. You done well to get this one, they fly off for me.

    peter

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    1. Sometimes they fly away from me too Peter.

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  8. Wonderful pictures of the buzzard,Bob!!
    Great images!
    Dimi...

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  9. I really like Buzzards, especially when they call to each other. It's like a haunting call of hope.

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  10. Power, grace, style...
    Thank you. And the buzzard.

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    1. Yes, the Buzzard is in style..................

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  11. Sitting and looking at the bottom it comes to food. :)

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    1. The Buzzard is looking for food, again, and again.

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  12. Those kinda birds look like they are wearing pants.

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  13. Hi Bob,
    it looks peaceful... very nice, well done sir !

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  14. So very magnificent. Sad the way some in the UK feel about them though. I always find it interesting too, that we call vultures buzzards and you all call hawks buzzards....very interesting ;)

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    1. No, your wrong, we call only the Buzzards, Hawks, Falcons, Vulture, Eagles and so on. We definitely use their by proper name. Sorry Mary. Please don't be upset with me.

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  15. Pretty girl ! Your photos are wonderful. There are a lot towards my home, in the Massif Central (France), one day, I saw one on top of me, about 3 meters, the wingspan was impressive, I heard "woof" the noise of the air in its wings, it was very beautiful...
    Nice afternoon Bob !

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  16. Watching the photographer! :)
    Great pics.

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  17. They always choose a place where they can sit and watch, planning their actions. Great shots of this hunter.

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  18. Een prachtige serie jammer dat e niet kan komen ha ha ik had je graag in het echt gezien lieve groetjes Danielle

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    1. Ha ha, oh well. I love you as well.

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  19. Che bel rapace che troneggia sull'albero!
    Complimenti Bob, ciao Cri : )

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  20. The buzzard is pretty high on his throne of branches:-)

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  21. What a beautiful capture.

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  22. What a beautiful capture.

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