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Just standing in this place exhilarates me. The ever-changing light here is magic. Sunrise at Obsidian Butte, Salton Sea.
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.
Flock of sheep and Great Caucasus panorama near the village of Laza, Azerbaijan.
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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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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!
Birds fly together in loose flocks during their nocturnal migration.
Caught the clouds doing some interesting things today... glad they turned out so pretty... ;)
Swaledales gathering to be fed.
The shot was taken on Barden Moor
in the Yorkshire Dales.
Flock of sheep trying to scratch a meal from the frozen ground! Feb 2015.....
Considering the date, I was a bit surprised to find a nice flock of 50+ Linnets still feeding together - they should be off to find their breeding territories very soon...
This is an adult female.
It's a wee flock of turnstones and ringed plovers, if I remember correctly. And a nice sunny day on Eoropie beach, Lewis.
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.
MRL 390's version: www.flickr.com/photos/tdanneman/8455814773/