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Friday, 22 November 2019

Green Sandpiper - Tringa ochropus

Photographed at Rushy Hide, Slimbridge WWT, Gloucestershire, GB.

















38 comments:

  1. Nice work, Bob. Not always the easiest bird to photograph.

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    1. It was quite a work, I was at the place and right time, cheers David.

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  2. Hi Bob,
    It must be great to see this beautiful bird and te be able to approach.
    Beautiful shots!
    Happy weekend!
    Maria

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  3. Hola Bob,espectaculares y buenas tomas de este Andarríos grande.Un saludo y feliz fin de semana.

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  4. You did well to get such good shots of this bird, Bob. If I see one it always seems to be so far away that I can't even see the pale spots on its feathers!

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    1. Hi Richard, I didn't seen the spots, thank you.

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  5. Living life series. Nice, Bob

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  6. Fabulous series of photographs Bob, you captured this bird so well :)

    All the best Jan

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  7. Te quedaron preciosas las fotografías. Besos.

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  8. Fabulous images Bob. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

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  9. I enjoy watching them... As alway, nice work!

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  10. Preciosa la lavandera verde, Bob, bonito su plumaje.

    Saludos.

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  11. My friend Bob,
    All your latest posts are so mythicals, so true, so expectable fantastic . You give us a way of living in a dream.

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  12. Hi Bob.

    Beautiful pictures of this beautiful bird.

    Greeting from Patricia.

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  13. Fantásticas!! Estupenda serie de esta Lavandera Bob.
    Te deseo un buen fin de semana.
    Un abrazo.

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  14. Beautiful photos of the green sandpiper. Sometimes we see them here. Have a nice weekend. Greetings Caroline

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  15. Lovely close up views Bob of a super little wader. A nice set.

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  16. Hello, Pretty captures of the Sandpiper! Enjoy your day!

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  17. How nice to get to watch him and get a nice series of photos! Beautiful bird!

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  18. Bob, I wanted to stop back and say thank you for linking up your post. Loved the images. Happy weekend to you!

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  19. i see a lot of different sandpipers here at the jersey shore, i have never seen a green sandpiper. this past summer i spent some time with some time with them at my favorite lake!!

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  20. Nice looking bird and always so clear to see.

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  21. Pracht foto's Bob.
    Alles mooi helder en scherp.
    Groetjes Tinie

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  22. Interesante serie del que conozco como andarríos. Recuerdo que siendo niño encontré uno herido en una pata y siguiendo las directrices de mis padres conseguí que se recuperase.
    Un abrazo,

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  23. Hi Bob.
    Super set of images of the Green Sandpiper, a bird I have not seen for a while not having visited Rutland due to a mixture of the awful weather and health,when will this rain stop?????. as soon as it does I must gets out.
    ALL THE BEST,
    jOHN

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    1. Thanks John, yes, I wish that would stop raining.

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  24. beautiful photos, you've captured the plumage perfectly

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  25. This green sandpiper is really beautiful!
    Sharp, beautifully clear and beautiful details.
    My compliments.

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