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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Monday, 23 April 2012

European Robin (Forest of Dean)

There is not a sign of good weather for the next week or more, and my bag is getting low. I might have to show you something strange or stranger!! But, I have one, it is the Robin.






54 comments:

  1. Wonderful shots of this little bird.

    Greetings and a nice evening,

    Joop

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  2. Inizio a capire la passione dei Birdwatching quando vedo queste stupende foto e questi esserini così belli e simpatici!! E la varietà e fantasia della natura! Magistrale! La foto, lo sai, mi piace molto, ciao Cri : )

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  3. my goodness, could a bird be any cuter than this? i doubt it.

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  4. To jest mój najukochańszy ptak i dziękuję za śliczne jego zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam.
    This is my beloved bird and thank you for the beautiful pictures. Yours.

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  5. Beautiful bird, beautiful photographs, fantastic face of the nature. I am greeting

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  6. So cute the head position on the first click :) well done

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  7. Oooh, strange and stranger..Can't wait! ;)

    I love the Robins over there, they are sooo adorable!

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  8. Very beautiful little Robin. Wonderful captures!

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  9. Bob, this Robin likes that Robin a bunch!
    Great shots!

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  10. I had a little friend like this one in my garden ! he was really funny!
    the shots are very beautiful and always so sharp !
    wish you a wonderful week Bob

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  11. Beautiful shots of a great little poser Bob.

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  12. I think this bird did steal everybody's hart. Fantastic captured Bob.
    gr. marijke

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  13. Espectaculares fotos del Petirrojo con muy buena nitidez, una passeriforme muy pequeña, saludos

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  14. Merci beaucoup pour nous monter cet oiseau car ici je ne le vois plus du tout
    Tes photos me font bien rêver
    Bonne soirée

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  15. Hi Bob,

    some really beautiful pictures of this robin. Pretty sharp and beautiful color.

    Also thank you for a translator have put on your blog.

    Greetings, Helma

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  16. Wow, I can see every feather with so much precision. Wonderful!

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  17. Hi Bob....I think that picture of the Robin is bigger than he is ..lol... ; }
    Great!!
    Grace

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  18. Excellent close ups. Robins are beautiful anywhere but I do like the European variety compared to the American...smaller and daintier in appearance. Their American counterparts are large....and like to "eat" a lot from the date palms here:) One day I had several drunk robins flying all around me in dangerous patterns. Pretty scary:)

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  19. What a cutie and so different from our North American robins. The images are just so sharp.. every little downy feather shows perfectly.

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  21. Your images are just incredible. Wow.

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  22. They're beautiful birds Bob!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  23. These images are fantastic Bob.
    I may have asked this before but have you ever considered a coffee table book of your images.

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  24. Great photos, Bob. Lovely colors.

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  25. I love european Robin.. Great pictures, nice background and very good focus.. Saludos..

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  26. great shots Bob , your work is realy fantastic

    peter

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  27. I love your site. The duck shots of a few days ago blow my mind. Glad I found you.

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  28. Terrible weather here, too. A rude surprise after a week of fair weather at home on the beaches. You always post such gorgeous shots and today's are a prime example.

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  29. I think that 3rd photo maybe my all time favorite photo of yours. It's stunning!!!

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  30. Amazing clarity and detail - so gorgeous!

    Hope you get some sun!

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  31. Was fuer ein kleines suesses Baellchen!!
    Your photos are always so sharp and clear - GREAT work Bob!
    Wishing you sun! :-)

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  32. Nice looking bird

    great work bob

    thanks

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  33. Geniales imágenes..una precioisdad,,,un abrazo desde Murcia..seguimos...

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  34. Just beautiful! Fantastic photos, Bob!

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  35. Ein Rotkehlchen, so wonderful shots!This is in my garden!
    Hugs Crissi

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  36. FANTASTIC photographs, bob!
    you're amazing!!!

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  37. Well you keep pulling nice "rabbits" out of your bag, no wonder it's emptying also!
    but this Robin is a fine chap and it would a waste to keep it inside this "bag"!
    Just beautiful!
    Cheers Bob!

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  38. Wow, awsome definition, great capture! tha orange its very strong and alive =)

    Alwaystaking great photos, keep going with the perfect work! A big Hug from Portugal

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  39. Beautiful Robin, your Robins across the pond are really neat!

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  40. It's fantastic to be able to look at them so closely through your pics, Bob.
    Just beautiful your little Robin. :)
    Greetings

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  41. A complete line of beauty. Amazing pictures!

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  42. Beautiful! They would look wonderful on Christmas cards!

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  43. WoW!!!! amazing shots you took there Bob!! what a little cute robin! she looks much different than the robins we have here!! VERY cool!

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  44. Hi Bob

    These are lovely, warm shots of the lovely Robin.

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  45. Those are amazingly sharp images Bob . I love the Robin . There always seem to be one around when i am digging on the allotment . Throw it a worm and you have a best friend for the day lol

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  46. Very nice indeed, such a lovely little bird I have never seen one

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  47. Magnifique rouge-gorge !
    Très expressif !
    il ne s'approche des maisons que quand il fait froid...

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  48. What a precious little one, and so beautifully photographed!

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  49. Your robins are always fabulous Bob!!!

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