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Wednesday, 8 April 2020

Meadow Pipit - Anthus pratensis

Photographed at Old Passage, Aust, Bristol, Britain. 












37 comments:

  1. Que moteado más bonito tiene en las plumas.
    Cuídate Bob
    Desde casa te mando este abrazo 🙅

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  2. What a delightful (and alert) little charmer.
    Many thanks.
    Stay well, stay safe.

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  3. Una belleza de fotografías, Bob, buenas capturas.

    Saludos.

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  4. On visits to Europe there have been days when this has been the most common bird - or certainly close to it.

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  5. What beautiful photos of this Anthus pratensis.
    Best regards Irma

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  6. I love the 6th picture! And I really like your BB images logo with the swallow. Oh--- and I really like this John Martyn Jelly Roll.

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  7. Hi Bob.

    Beautiful photos of this beautiful bird.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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    1. Cheers Patricia, I was very pleased with it.

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  8. Hello Bob, it is a lovely bird! Beautiful photos! Take care, wishing you a great day!

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  9. Lovely sweet bird. Looks bright and chirpy.

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  10. Little pure beauty. :))) Outstanding photos. <3
    Stay safe dear Bob. :)

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  11. Hola Bob,bellas y magnificas tomas de esta Bisbita.Feliz Semana Santa un saludo y cuidate.

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  12. Great photos once again. The joy of watching the master's work.

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  13. It's good that this pretty bird did not perch on the barbed wire. Greetings.

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  14. I like your sharing Bob,. It's very beautiful bird ans pictures.

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  15. people from South East Asian Countries call "pipit" as well... love the pipit sound.

    Great shots

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  16. Hello Bob, a most wonderful serie of the Meadow Pippit.
    Take care,
    Roos

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  17. Thank you for showing these delightful Meadow Pipit images, Bob. I was booked to spend time in the Outer Hebrides next month, where these birds are plentiful but, sadly, that visit has, of course, been cancelled. I shall miss them, and my wife's cry of "it's a Mippit"! I hope all is OK with you. Take great care - - - Richard

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    1. Hi Richard
      I'm sorry about you had trip, everybody in the same boat.

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  18. Es un ave muy común por aquí. Besitos y salud.

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  19. Great detailed shots Bob of a lovely little bird.

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  20. Hi Bob,
    Wonderful series of images of the Meadow Pipit, i'm always amazed at the length of the back claw,
    Hope You and your family are all safe and well
    All the best
    John

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    1. Thanks John, and thank you for my family, they are alright.

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  21. Preciosas fotografías de ese pajarillo sobre su posadero atento a todo lo que acontece a su alrededor.
    Cuidense mucho

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  23. The fourth photo is almost fictional.Excellent job. Take care my friend.

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  24. Wonderful bird, great photos!
    Have a nice weekend
    Stay safe and well
    Greetings

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  25. Hi Bob,
    Great sbow of pics !
    And you were Lucky to meet this coöperating bird!
    Stay well and take care!
    Warm Greetings,
    Maria

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  26. This grass pipit is also beautifully sharply engraved. I already saw some but I still have to sort out those photos. These are very beautiful!

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