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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Monday, 2 May 2016

Frog..........................................

Just messing about.....................



37 comments:

  1. Hi Bob, I have never been very artistic and carving was a definite no, more a chopper. I was even thrown out of woodwork at school, they decided I was more suited to metalwork, could weld bits back on. Funny enough we have got an evening at our bird club on Friday with exhibits from a champion wood carver, should be interesting. Regards John

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    1. I was exactly like you, funnily, I love carpentry now, not that I can do very much. Good luck with wood carver John.

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  2. Just messing about - my daily activity!

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  3. Hello Bob. Very nice frog. Well done. Greetings.

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  4. Hi. A super cool frog. Stunning craftsmanship. Greetings to John and you.

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  5. A great bit of art work, someone definitely has a talent.

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  6. Hello Bob! Did you carved this beautiful frog. I love it! Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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    1. No, mores the pity, I only wish I could Eileen.

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  7. Yes, love the carved Frog, and your excellent image of it, all way above my ability Bob.

    PEACE.

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  8. Great work - cool frog!
    Happy day Crissi

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    1. The Frog stood on a pole, didn't want to move!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Cheers Crissi.

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  9. Hello Bob!:) It's a great bit of carving and it had me fooled when I saw it on my dash board. How creative and frog-like it is with the darker patches in the wood. Your messing about, came up with a handsome looking frog, that I would love to have as a decorative piece in my home.

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  10. The frog is well done, Bob, but your image captured him perfectly!

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  11. Superbe. Et elle chante ?
    Belle semaine, Bob.
    Amitiés.

    Roger

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  12. Lieber Bob,
    das ist wirklich keine flickschusterei.
    Eine tolle Handarbeit.
    Einen angenehmen Abend wünscht dir
    Irmi

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  13. Hello Bob,
    in the small view, it is believed it would be a real frog .. great job
    greetings Frank

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  14. Hola Bob,bonina talla de madera de esta rana.Un abrazo

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  15. Well that is lovely.
    Someone spend a lot of time carving.

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  16. Bob, do you know anything about rings on birds legs by any chance? In Croatia I recently photographed a yellow legged gull with a ring (it's at the top of my blog and the number is clearly visible) but I've searched the internet and I can't find a way to check what the ring number means.

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    1. It is the ring for id purposes, it enables you to know where it was and when. Get it from RSPB or anyone who does it.

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    2. Bob, Going through RSPB website as suggested I came to BTO.org and found a reporting form which I filled out and sent to a guy in Denmark who co-ordinates ring information. Thanks again.

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    3. Great Gwil, I thought that would do it, excellent find.

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  17. Each blade mark adds to this frog! Great. _m

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  18. Who made this beautiful wooden frog Bob?
    Wonderful to see!

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  19. So nice to see this, well done on the carving and the nice photo's.

    All the best Jan

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