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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Bewick's Swan . And the Female Kestrel by Callum Bushell on our Guest Photos.

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Monday, 2 October 2017

Red Phalarope - Phalaropus fulicarius

This one I shot from a long way, and I do mean long long long way. My lifer.

Please look at my website bobswildlife.co.ukThere is a photo of a Black Swanand  the Otter by Callum in  the 'Guest photographer'





29 comments:

  1. Oh, but I do love it--the foreground and the background both.

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  2. Hola Bob,buenas fotos de esta especie tan rara por mis latitudes.Un abrazo.

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  3. Hi Bob, it is a great bird! I love his funny behavior in the water. Fast moving left and right.
    Nice images!
    Kindly regards, Maria

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  4. Hello Bob, this is a great bird and sighting. Great photos. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and week ahead.

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  5. Fantastic species Bob. I photograph them but not in breeding.
    Nice sharing.

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  6. Fabulous, Bob - I'd love to see this species!

    Best wishes - - - Richard

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    1. Yes it was species, but it was so too photography. Thanks Richard.

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  7. Great shot of the Phalarope, and really pleased you didn't crop out the Greenshank and Teal in the background which give scale to the image, and show how small the Phalarope is in relation to the other two birds....Great Stuff Bob.

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  8. Beautiful Bob photos, as always.

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  9. I am so glad that you saw (and shared) this charmer.

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  10. Great shots,
    I couldn't see through my lens.
    Too far off.
    Taken at WWT Llanelli (British Steel Hide).

    Callum

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    1. Thanks Callum, yes, and mine, but cut.

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  11. Oh congratulations on the lifer Bob! So exciting ...and it is a beautiful bird! I saw my first (a Wilson's phalarope) this past summer. Thank you for sharing this one.

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  12. Such a lovely little thing! :-)

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  13. En esta ocasión bien se aprecia que has disparado a una larga distancia lo que, si bien resta en el detalle al que nos tienes acostumbrados, nos sitúa al ave dentro de un contexto más amplio.
    Un abrazo,

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  14. Nice pictures Bob.
    Greetings Tinie

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  15. Wow Bob. Red Phalarope, awesome bird. Greetings.

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  16. Hi Bob. Awesome bird. Fantastic photos.

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