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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Thursday, 27 August 2015

Chewed up Magpie





Tamron SP AF 90mm f/2.8 Di Macro 1:1 for Canon. For sale. £100

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33 comments:

  1. we all have our bad hair days, don't we? he's still beautiful to me. :)

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  2. thanks for linking your fence sitter! :)

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  3. Adorei as fotos.
    Um abraço!

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  4. Hello Bob, he/she is having a bad hair day! I have a few blue jays around here that look similar. Great shots, enjoy your day!

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  5. That feather will drop any minute!

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    1. Hope it doesn't hurt anything Susie.

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  6. Oh dear, he is losing his hair! Great shots Bob.

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  7. Hola Bob,unas tomas muy originales de la calva de esta Urraca.Un abrazo

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  8. Wonderful! He does look a bit mussed...............

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  9. Your magpie does seem a bit disheveled but also very neat sitting on that fence. I like the blue tones in it's feathers.

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  10. That poor thing.
    You are so mean capturing a bird on a 'bad feather' day.
    Love it though.

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    1. Oh, but I didn't know that was 'bad feather day', please EC, I am sorry. Ha ha ha ha ha.

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  11. Magpie is a little sad, certainly has problems. :)

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  12. Bob, he looks a little worse for wear, but still a pretty bird!

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  13. That's wonderful as usual!
    Have a great day!
    Natallia Jolliet
    http://www.alexphotographygeneva.blogspot.com/

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  14. I must say that sometimes magpies deserve it plenty! :-)

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  15. Super amazing pictures!
    Happy weekend Bob!
    Crissi

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  16. Las pobre urraca parece desplumada-
    Un abrazo,

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  17. We don't have magpies here. I rather wish we did - it's a beautiful bird!
    I hope to see you at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/08/bennett-place-bit-of-history.html, and please join us each week for Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday)!

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  18. Incrível... gosto do contraste do branco com as penas azuladas... ele parece estar com muito frio!!!!

    Bom fim de semana com tudo de bom!
    Beijinhos.❀ミ
    ❀˚° ·.

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  19. It looks like he's molting, which for us means that fall cannot be too far away.
    He sure is a handsome one, Bob.
    You have a wonderful weekend!

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    1. It does look like that Lisa, thanks for saying that.

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  20. Molting season for sure. That magpie looks very pretty and blue

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  21. This one is new to me. I haven't seen one like it before.
    Great captures.

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  22. Magnificent work, Bob!
    Have a nice week-end!
    Photographe Gil Zetbase
    http://www.gilzetbase.com/

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  23. Beautiful! Very nice!
    I have never been able to capture a magpie because they always fly away.

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  24. Look at the gorgeous blue on his wings! Our Magpies are just black & white.

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