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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Friday, 23 September 2016

Common Redshanks (Tringa totanus)

I photographed this on my first day out after my accident, they were the Common Redshanks, 55 of them. 






40 comments:

  1. Hello Bob, they are cute birds. Awesome collection of photos. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  2. They look like they are having a meeting! :-)
    Wonderful photographs, Bob,
    Wishing you a great weekend!

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    1. Nice to see you, yes, the birds are having a head to head Lisa.

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  3. Welcome back. Hope you're well. I think I'll call these guys orange shanks.

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  4. Hello. Just awesome photos. A fine sight.

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  5. Wow, what a sight! So many birds in one place. We've seen only in individual birds. I wish you some great moments description.

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  6. I love these images Bob ! hope you are well
    wish you a happy weekend

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  7. Bob, great images! Nice to see all these little shorebirds!

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  8. Looks like a convention... More class than our conventions, though.

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  9. Hola Bob,todo un placer para la vista,ver tanta cantidad concentrados,espectaculares fotos.me gustan.Un abrazo

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  10. Hi Bob, what a collection, have never seen so many together, maybe two or three but 55, I think you have blown the record, cracking images.
    Regards John

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    1. Yes John, 2 or 3 together, but 55, I couldn't believe it.

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  11. Hello. Just awesome photos. Happy weekend.

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  12. Just great to see so many here.
    Lovely photo's.

    All the best Jan

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  13. that's awesome. they are so cute.

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  14. They are not at all common here. I loved seeing these - thank you. And I admire you for counting them too. I would have lost count.

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  15. Great looking group of lovelies. I hope you are on the mend.

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  16. Hello Bob,
    What a great collection redshank, have never seen so many together.
    Best regards, Irma

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  17. Hello Bob,
    Wonderful pictures. Funny to see so many birds by the water.
    Well done!!

    Kind regards,
    Marco

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  18. You got some great shots. I wonder if the Victorians had a name for a flock of Redshanks :-)

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  19. Hello, Bob! How are your feeling since your accident. I hope all is well. The Redshanks are beautiful birds, lovely photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your critters. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

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  20. Nice set of the group of Redshank, and good to see you back out for the first time since your accident.

    My Sincere Best Wishes Bob.

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  21. __ As always Bob, through my eyes, interesting thoughts generated by your photos. I hope your healing is doing well. _m

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  22. En ocasiones, en la costa, encuentro algún grupo, pero no tan numeroso como el que describe.
    Un abrazo,

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  23. 55 it's a good number ;-)
    Great pictures Bob.
    Good evening

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  24. They like mudbanks like that, exactly the same scenes on the Dee Estuary in Kirkcudbright last year

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  25. Wonderful images - like little soldiers taking a break from duty - except that they don't have guns and they don't kill people.

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  26. I would be so delighted to see that many of any shorebird! And the redshanks are very handsome indeed.

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  27. Great shot of all the Tringa totanus, and good to see you back in action!
    ~

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  28. Hello Bob!:) It's great to see you again, and I hope you are feeling OK. What a wonderful sighting of the Redshanks.

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  29. Bob's smile

    Through a look full of memories a man creates his future. His name is Bob and he knows how to travel our feelings to the sea of his talent.

    Greetings from Volos,
    Yannis Politopoulos

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