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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, 16 October 2017

Redshank - Tringa totanus

Photographed at the Rushy Hide, Slimbridge WWT, Gloucestershire, UK.

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










34 comments:

  1. Your lovely reflective portraits are great -- and certainly show us where this bird gets its name! What a beauty. Fun to listen to the Dead (being from Eugene Oregon there is even a weekly program on the college radio station dedicated to their music ... what a long, strange trip....)

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  2. Hi Bob,
    Beautiful series of images! Lovely shine in the water
    Kindly regards, Maria

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  3. What a beauty - whose seems to like its reflection as much as we do.

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    1. Yes, it does like in the reflection EC.

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  4. Hello Bob,
    Great photos and reflections in the water! And an amazing bird with red legs!
    Best wishes!

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  5. Like in the mirror.
    You are fantastic photographer!

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  6. Buenas tomas, Bob, con su reflejo en el agua.

    Saludos.

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  7. Just a quick thank you here--- thanks for your fabulous pictures, and thanks for stopping by with kinds words. Both add a lot to my day!

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  8. Gorgeous photos, my friend. I love the reflections in the water!!!

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  9. Hi Bob,
    Super images of the Redshank, great reflection shots. Have seen very few lately.
    All the best. John

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    1. Hi John, there are quite a few around here, probably we have got them at your expense, cheers.

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  10. Delightful images, Bob. It looks as if there is really sticky mud under the surface of the water as the bird has very muddy legs!

    Best wishes - - - Richard

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  11. Hi Bob.

    Beautiful pictures of this beautiful bird.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  12. Todas son muy buenas pero me gusta especialmente la última en la que el ave se convierte en un todo con su reflejo en el agua.
    Un abrazo,

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  13. Nice shots, Bob. Did't you tell him to day cheese?

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  14. Hello Bob, The Redshank is a beautiful shorebird. Love the reflections, great shots. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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  15. Great pictures of the finest bird! Have a nice day Bob;-)

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  16. prachtig met de mooie weerkaatsing.

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  17. What a little cutie. Reminds me of the sandpipers that run around the lakes up north.

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  18. Beautiful limicole BOb. It is rare that I arrive at the photograhier.

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  19. Very nice Bob, and I like the reflections too.

    All the best Jan

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  20. Hi Bob. Your photos are perfect. Beautiful bird. Greetings.

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  21. Hola Bob,magnificas fotos de este Archibebe común.Un abrazo.

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  22. I always think their beaks need a good clean! Great photos

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  23. Beautiful shots Bob - super refections!
    Happy day Crissi

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  24. Bob, this is really very beautiful photos.

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  25. Inimitable! Do you give master classes? I would love to attend.

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    1. Ha ha, yes I do, but it costs quite a lot Irina.

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  26. Grateful Dead is sort of the local band of the North Bay I now live in. Terrapin Landing - a bar/restaurant/performance space down the road is owned by Phil Lesh. They all lived in a commune near here after leaving the Haight-Ashbury (sometimes referred to as the "Hashberry")

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  27. The silhouettes in the water - wow, wonderful! :-)

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  28. Fantastic Photos Bob! Crystal clear...

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