brightons starlings

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    one thing brighton has is plenty of starlings

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    1. M.Halls 75 months ago | reply

      jack daniels, studio, last night, drunk, madness, embarrassed

      yous 2 were ace tho !

    2. saternal 75 months ago | reply

      Very nice catch !!!

    3. flamed 75 months ago | reply

      masterclass..reminds me of a Stephen King book I read when i was 14 called the "Dark Half" there was a scene with a kilion ravens flying about like this..

    4. dreifachzucker 75 months ago | reply

      never seen so many birds at once! wow

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    5. Dshah00 75 months ago | reply

      whoa... amazing!

    6. Alienated Romantic 75 months ago | reply

      Any chance of a link for this size Huge? Looks great.

    7. jordanmatyka 75 months ago | reply

      yes, this is amazing

    8. David Walter 75 months ago | reply



    9. Twiggy Tu 75 months ago | reply

      soooooooo crazy, nice capture!

    10. oblivion head 75 months ago | reply

      i love the BN starlings - one of the wildlife wonders of the south

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    11. somnium! 75 months ago | reply

      nice way to pepper the sky

    12. lomokev 75 months ago | reply

      Clack 3 "why this you choose for your canon?" i don't think the 100ISO film in my lomo would been up for the job when its this dark

      Spencer P got to sort out my defult meta data in light room, it might also say the shot was taken in marrocco

      dlemieux the sensor in the 5D is off the hook!

      jawrr i would say about 7 but the RSPB recons its close to 50,000 hang out down the peir

      Alienated romantic (David) sure:

    13. jeni05s 67 months ago | reply


    14. Peter Jamus 45 months ago | reply

      What a moment...

    15. the one1989 38 months ago | reply

      its really wow ..

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