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Thank You Linda.
Congratulations on having your Art Featured in the Animal Kingdom Group! 02 Sep 2008Wonderful photo!
Thank You Dayonda. It does feel great to have my images placed along some of the fabulous photography I’ve seen on RedBubble!
WOW….what an amazing, breathtaking shot!!
wow – great shot!We too have gannetries and oh, boy i hope you didn’t get too much shampoo, lol! fabulous work!!!
Thanks Nat. I got away lucky this time. Although a few did fly only a meter or so above my head but I guess I wasn’t disturbing them or making them nervous.
oh, cool – yay, especially during the breeding season :))those B52 of the sea as we call them locally are so wonderful on the nest.We have a 181m rock, Noss, just east of Lerwick, we call “gannet city”!It’s got to be appreciated from seal level… Terrific views from this level :)).
Hi Nat. But I have to admit i wasn’t so lucky with gulls and pigeons. But maybe that’s why as I’m about to turn 50 I still have a full head of hair :)
This gannet colony is located at Cape St Mary’s, at the southwestern tip of Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula.Here are links to some of my other photos taken there:http://www.nfvirtual.com/nvag/201/newfoundland....http://www.nfvirtual.com/nvag/204/newfoundland....
oh, wonderful – thank you so much for the links, Brian! :)))am gonna have a peep!!! and come back to you later… :))))))))
oh, myyyyyyyyy – apart from the “mad” waterfront giggles,fantastic work, Brain!!!thank you so much for sharing!!! :)))))))))
nice work Brian, these guys are truly a sight to behold (and take cover from)
Thanks Steve! Yeah they are very big birds!
Well first off I love the diagonal composition of the shot. Second great clarity on the foreground with the birds nesting/resting, and I love the misty portion with the bird soaring away. Excellent point of view, seems very high up, and overall a really pleasing image that conveys a sense of liberty.
Thank You Joanne for breaking down why you like this photograph it helps me appreciate and understand photography more. The birds are actually nesting on a cliff edge separate from where I am. It is a amazing felling having these birds flying over your head, they have a wing span up to 2 meters!
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