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Saturday, 17 April 2021

Wild Boar piglet runt. Left out by the mother.

 Pictures care by the son.













41 comments:

  1. Super shots of this poor little creature. Great work, Callum. Best wishes to all - stay safe - - - Richard

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  2. Hello,

    What a cute piglet! Did his mother abandon this runt piglet, I hope not. Your son's photos are great1 Have a happy weekend!

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  3. Oh, poor little baby! Hugs...but he would probably bite my face off.

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  4. That poor little baby.
    Huge thanks to you and to Callum.

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  5. Oh my! I hope he can make his way and survive! Really amazing photos!

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  6. Pobrecito, sinceramente da mucha ternura y tambien pena de que pudiese estar abandonado.
    Las fotos son geniales.
    Saludos y a cuidarse mucho! Muy buen fin de semana!!!!

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  7. Oh, how lovely!
    Wonderful photos.

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  8. I love the piglet's face! I'm a Woody Guthrie fan. You know, he was a huge influence on Bob Dylan.

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    1. Yes Linda, he was a fan of Bob Dylan, I love Vigilante Man - Woody Guthrie.
      I am not able to get your website, trojan is the blame.

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  9. Hi Bob, I wanted to stop back and say thank you for linking up your post.
    Take care, stay safe. Have a great new week ahead.

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  10. Hi Bob.

    Beautiful pictures of the Boar Bob.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  11. Las fotografías están preciosas. Besos.

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  12. Bonitas fotos, Bob, con muy buena nitidez, desprenden mucha ternura.

    Saludos.

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  13. Hola Bob,magnificas tomas de este lechon de jabali.Un fuerte abrazo amigo y feliz semana.

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  14. Hi Bob! Hope you are ok. Lovely photos! I don't want to run into these in nature! There are a lot of them here.

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  15. Lindo jabalí. Te mando un beso y espero que estés bien

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  16. Superb shots by Callum. Pass that one to hohim m Bob Have a good week ahead.

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  17. Hope you are doing well. Great shots!

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  18. Hello Bob,
    Excellent series of images by Callum of the young Wild Boar,
    hopefully it will make its own way and survive.
    Hope you are well.
    John

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  19. These are cute photos from your son.

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  20. I hope the little one survives. Thanks for the great photos.

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  21. How beautifully photographed Bob.
    Your son can do it too.

    Greetings from Holland.

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    1. I will tell him you like them, cheers Hilly.

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  22. Espero que siga bien, cuídese. En la zona donde vivo los jabalíes están invadiendo los espacios urbanos cada vez con mayor frecuencia.
    Un saludo,

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  23. Hi Bob!!!... Lovely pictures of this baby of wild boar... Happy week. .

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  24. y las has hecho tu imagino, que pasada

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  25. Oh poor cute baby! look at those beautiful eyelashes! I know that wild boars can be a problem sometimes (they are in Florida) but I always like seeing them.

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  26. By the way, Your son inherits your photography talent! They are lovely portraits. Take care Bob!

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  27. So cute and alone. Beautiful photos

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  28. geweldig mooi Bob en zo zuiver je kunt de snorharen tellen

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  29. Se ve triste.Buen fotografo también tu hijo.
    Buen fin de semana Bob. Cuídate.
    Un abrazo.

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  30. Bob - great pictures by your son. I love the close-ups! I am thinking I would take the eyelashes, but not the long eyebrow hairs!!!

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  31. Hi Bob,
    These are beautiful series of photos of the wild boar.
    So sharp really fantastic.
    Greetings Irma

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  32. Aww, that poor little baby.
    Many thanks for all these great photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  33. Ohhhh ... how sad that this little wild pig has been abandoned by the mother. Well put in the picture :-)

    Greetings, Helma

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