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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Thursday, 14 April 2016

Coal Tit (Periparus ater)

Photographed at Cannop Ponds, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK




58 comments:

  1. Hi Bob. Very beautiful little bird. Greetings.

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  2. Hello, what a sweet lil bird. Great photos, Bob! Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  3. You've captured him so well ... was he just eyeing up some food there?

    All the best Jan

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  4. Hello Bob,
    Great photos of the Coal Tit, captured perfectly, my compliments.
    Best regards, Irma

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  5. Gorgeous macro shots of our 'feathered friends' ~

    Happy Weekend coming to you ~ ^_^

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  6. Beautiful close up images of this lovely little bird Bob

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  7. Well caught Bob, they're quick little blighters!...[;o)

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  8. Hallo Bob,
    herrlich dieer kleine Kerl vor der
    großen Kugel.
    Einen erholsamen Abend wünscht dir
    Irmi

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  9. Amazing pictures. I list this one is still missing, but I think the bird will be seen even in the summer.Greetings

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  10. As always, beautiful pictures, the first is great.

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  11. Hungry little fellow but very cute.

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  12. Superb captures of this sweet little bird!
    Christineandhercamera.blogspot.com

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  13. Bob, nice captures! If they are anything like our Chickadees they don't sit in one spot long!

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    1. Just like your Chickadees, cheers Robin.

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  14. Wonderful little bird--- perfect images.

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  15. Hello Bob. You are awesome. This photos are stunning.

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  16. Great close up images - beautiful Bob!
    Good night
    Crissi

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  17. This is really wonderful, beautiful shots.

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  18. My mum has a pair of these visiting a conifer right outside the window.

    The detail you get is incredible. Very envious!

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  19. Super captures Bob of a normally skittish little bird.

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  20. Another dainty little charmer. Whose food source looks bigger than it is.

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    1. It has a meal ball, and yes, it has been bigger than Coal Tit, great EC.

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  21. Buenas capturas de esta bella ave, Bob, buena calidad de imagen.

    Saludos.

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  22. Cute little bird, indeed reminds me of the chickadee over here.
    ~

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  23. Gorgeous little creature, and all feathers are defined. Well done.

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  24. Great little bird. You have captured it well.

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  25. Good captures of some important (for me) details: how the back claws 'work' on flat surface (lady's high heel effect, well...)

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  26. Much like our chickadee.. one of my favourite birds. So beautifully photographed, Bob.

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    1. Thanks Hilary, for your comments, always good to hear from you.

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  27. How sweet and lovely - thumbs up Bob! :-)

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  28. Hi Bob, super close up images of a coal tit, difficult little beggars to get a decent image as they are so quick on the move.
    Regards John

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    1. It was easy, ha ha, I'm joking. Thanks John.

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  29. Hola Bob,bellas tomas del Carbonero garrapinos.Un fuerte abrazo.

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  30. Superb photos of the coal tit.

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  31. Beautiful photos of those lovely birds:)

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  32. it seems that you live with birds, so close you are !
    wonderful

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  33. Precioso pajarillo en el que destaca esa mancha blanca sobre el negro de su cabeza.
    Un abrazo,

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  34. Lovely little bird.. Nice pics Bob..

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  35. Bellisimo bird Bob!!!
    Un abrazo.

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  36. Contemplating whether he can eat the whole thing! I love chickadees.

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  37. Oh and I love coal tits too (not that I've ever seen one). It really does look like our chickadee. I should have read the words more carefully before I opened my big mouth the first time. Sorry ;>)

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  38. Nice picture Bob, coal tit is very cute ;-)

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  39. Beautiful, Bob.
    The Coal Tit and the Great Tit had a wonderful meal in that day. :-)
    Cheers,
    JR

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