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Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Common Redshank - Tringa totanus

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

Please look at my website bobswildlife.co.ukThere is a photo of a Eastern Spot-billed Duck. And a  Highland Cow by Callum in  the 'Guest photographer.









28 comments:

  1. You are a great photographer. The bird is really beautiful.

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  2. Beauty with red legs and with red on the bow :)

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  3. Nice portrait of a lovely wader Bob.

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  4. Wow, it looks quite a bit darker than I recall.

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  5. Bob, nothing common about that one at all! It's beautiful and very well photographed!

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  6. Just standing looking about - lovely.

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  7. Bonito ave y bien fotografiado, Bob, con ese característico color rojo en su pico y patas.

    Saludos.

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  8. Hi Bob.

    Beautiful pictures Bob of this beautiful bird.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  9. Super images, Bob. There are so many dark days at the moment, and strong winds too, that it is making photography very difficult for much of the time. Let's hope it imporves soon! Best wishes - - - Richard

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    1. Thanks for that Richard, weather, I am with you, hope we get some soon.

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  10. Lovely shots

    (I think it is soooo wrong to call anything common, though)

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  11. Hi Bob,
    Super set of images of the Redshank, wish the weather would improve and help us all.
    All the best, John

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    1. Yes John, the weather gets us all, cheers.

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  12. Hello Bob!:) I like these waders, good job in getting these super shots on a dark day.:)

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  13. Hi Bob,
    Beautiful! I can't wait for the Spring!!
    Have a nice evening,
    Cheers, Maria

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  14. Amazing pictures as usual!
    Have a nice day!
    Gil Zetbase

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  15. Hola Bob,espectaculares fotos de este Archibebe.Un abrazo.

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