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I was mesmerized watching this flock of Semipalmated Plovers maneuver in unison over the tidal waters of the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge. Although, I did take lots of photos of this flock, I stood and watch them for a very long time...flock gawking.
Just standing in this place exhilarates me. The ever-changing light here is magic. Sunrise at Obsidian Butte, Salton Sea.
Flock of sheep and Great Caucasus panorama near the village of Laza, Azerbaijan.
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Flock of sheep trying to scratch a meal from the frozen ground! Feb 2015.....
Flamingos na Ria de Aveiro
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This is pretty much the only time I've woken up early to take a photo
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Birds fly together in loose flocks during their nocturnal migration.
Whitstable beach again at sunrise one shot as those seagulls flew by, the horizon is a bit central in the frame but I can live with that!
Swaledales gathering to be fed.
The shot was taken on Barden Moor
in the Yorkshire Dales.
It's a wee flock of turnstones and ringed plovers, if I remember correctly. And a nice sunny day on Eoropie beach, Lewis.
Migrating ringneck ducks at Montezuma Wildlife Refuge come and go as they head south for the winter
Resting on an old, crumbling jetty, this Willet flock takes a rest from their migration to the north. There were about 115 Willets that graced our shores for a couple of days.
There's nothing quite like a good flocking, especially with the brightest of beasts roaming the rails. Canadian Pacific SD60 No. 6234 blasts through Pewaukee, Wis on Friday, February 8, 2013.
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