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Saturday, 3 October 2020

Redshank - Tringa totanus

 

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













40 comments:

  1. Wading bird.
    Great picture series!
    Greeting

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  2. Truly, such a beautiful creature deserves a lot of photos. But the photo with the two children in the window (in the previous post) is so amazing that I could give this title: gazing at the beauty of the future through the drops of the emotions of the present. Congratulations Bob.

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  3. Lovely photos! This bird was not seen this summer. Vex;-(

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  4. Hello Bob,
    Beautiful captures of your Redshank! Take care enjoy your weekend!

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  5. Great shot! You must be very patient.

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  6. Hello Bob,
    Beautiful photos of the Redshank.
    Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, enjoy your day!
    Have a happy weekend! PS, thank you for leaving me a comment.

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  7. Lovely captures Bob. A smart wader.

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  8. Hola Bob,espectaculares y magnificas tomas de este Archibebe.Un saludo y feliz fin de semana.

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  9. Hi Bob, beautiful photos! I love the one with his eye closed as he's drinking! :)

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  10. Thanks Bob for the great photos.

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  11. Tenía sed. Miró a tu cámara :))
    Buen fin de semana Bob. Cuídate.
    Un abrazo.

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  12. What a soothing and delightful series. Thanks Bob - birds make everything better.

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  13. How pretty! I love seeing it with the reflection AND when his little leg comes out of the water!

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  14. Hi Bob,
    Perfect shots!
    Regards,
    Maria

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  15. Lovely series of photographs, and I like the reflections too.

    My good wishes to you Bob.

    All the best Jan

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  16. Redshank is one species where the bird really fits the name.

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  17. Lovely to see.
    Like the surround of your photo.

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  18. He looks like a sweet bird!

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  19. Bill was here and loved your pictures!

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  20. Hi Bob,
    Beautiful series of photos of this Tringa totanus.
    Have a nice Sunday,
    Greetings Irma

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  21. Great bird and photos Bob.
    Regards,
    Roos

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  22. Hi Bob.

    Beautiful pictures of this bird.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  23. Hi Bob, beautiful photos of the redshank. We have had a lot of them in our area. Greetings Caroline

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  24. Hi Bob!!!Great series of pictures... Congrats and happy Sunday...

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  25. Estupendas tomas, Bob, esos reflejos valen mucho.

    Saludos.

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  26. This is a beautiful, very beautiful series photos.

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  27. Perfect portraits of this charming shorebird! Those legs, what an appropriate name they have! (The red frames set these off beautifully.). Stay well my friend!

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  28. Hi Bob,#
    Super series of images of the Redshank, a bird I have not seen for sometime, I need a visit to Rutland to see them
    You stay safe,
    John

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  29. Hi Bob,#
    Super series of images of the Redshank, a bird I have not seen for sometime, I need a visit to Rutland to see them
    You stay safe,
    John

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  30. Sorry for the late visit, Bob - I've been away! Your delightful shots of the Redshank have, sadly, reminded me that I have not seen this species this year. If it hadn't been for this awful virus I'd have seen many of them in the Outer Hebrides in May. Keeping my fingers crossed for better luck in 2021, but will not be surprised if I'm disappointed again.

    Take great care and stay safe - there's a long way to go before we see then end of this curse, with too many people just ignoring the safety rules and advice. Best wishes - - - Richard

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    1. Thanks Richard. This is a bad year, I haven't been too far, about 3 miles. Hence I didn't take photos, make it will be a better year, but, I don't think so.

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  31. Nicely photographed Bob.
    Greetings Tinie

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