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Saturday, 30 January 2021

Stonechat - Saxicola rubicola

 Great the Stonechat, this one I took the photographs just 100 meters from my house. Lovely. 














35 comments:

  1. Amazing photos :-D What a gorgeous creature :-D

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  2. Hi Bob.

    Beautiful bird.
    Amazing pictures.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  3. My friend Bob,
    Today, in addition to the wonderful photos - especially the third photo - I enjoyed the amazing song by a great Blusma :Buddy Guy.

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  4. Hello Bob, indeed a most wonderful bird this Stonechat. Great photos.
    Regards,
    Roos

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  5. Hello Bob!:=) The Stonechat is a lovely little bird, I used to see many of them in the Algarve, but none where I live in the north of Portugal. How wonderful that you saw this one so near your home,..they are all great captures.

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  6. WOW....Stonechat on the doorstep, sounds like it to me. Excellent images Bob.

    Please Take Care & Stay Safe. It's all up hill yet from here.

    Regards

    Pete.

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  7. Bonitas fotos del ave, Bob, y que suerte poderlas hacer cerca de casa.

    Saludos.

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  8. What a glorious bird to see so close to home (I am less fond of the barbed wire though - it catches too many native birds and animals here).

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  9. Parece que tiene un antifaz en la cara. Grandes fotos.
    Buen fin de semana Bob. Cuídate.
    Un abrazo.

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  10. As always Bob your photos speak to my soul.

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  11. Hi Bob,
    Wonderful series of images of the Stonechat, thanks Bob,
    You stay safe and well,
    John

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  12. Por aquí es muy abundante, y es muy tranquilo para fotografiar. Besos.

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  13. Muy bellas imagenes, la adore. Te mando un beso

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  14. That's a beauty. Lovely capture near your backyard.

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  15. Those last two are gorgeous!!! Funny to have Buddy Guy with Stonechat. Hmmmm Oh, there I go again! Far out!

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  17. I love your blog and Pictures thanks

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  18. Hola Bob,geniales y bellas fotos que has sacado a este macho de Tarabilla.Un saludo y feliz semana.

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  19. Nice series of photos Bob.
    The last photo my favorite.
    Nice new week, watch out and stay healthy.

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  20. Delightful images of what is one of my favourite small birds, Bob. You are so lucky, finding this close to your home.

    Thank you also for the Buddy Guy clip - one of my favourite bluesmen! I remember I once had an LP (Hoodoo Man Blues) where Buddy Guy was listed on it as 'Friendly Chap' - presumably for contractual reasons?

    Take good care and stay safe - - - Richard

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  21. Preciosa tarabilla, las fotos son espectaculares. Enhorabuena Bob, un fuerte abrazo desde el norte de España.

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  22. Beautiful little tit Bob!

    hope you are safe and well!Hope for the vaccine !

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  23. So little and so dignified! Beautiful, thank you. Bob. Is that the same species as sparrows?
    Keep safe, Bob, enjoy the breath of coming spring.

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    1. It is the 'Chats' family, good of you to ask Irina.

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  24. Hi Bob!!! Lovely pictures of this lovely Stonechat... Be safe

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  25. You are very fortunate to have them so close to your house. It's a very attractive little bird.

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  26. Que fotografias fantásticas!
    Continuação de um bom trabalho!
    Um beijinho!
    Megy Maia🌺💜🌺

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  27. Such a lovely looking bird, you took some great photographs.

    Happy February Wishes.

    All the best Jan

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  28. Bob - glorious! The delicate coloring of the feathers is amazing. I liked how you can distinguish individual feathers. The light is also terrific in these shots. Superb!

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