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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.
A view from under the Triumphal Arch in the Parlington Estate at Aberford looking South West(ish). As I lift the phone to take the picture the dog barked and the birds on the ground (in the distance) took flight and set off in to the mist. This version is cropped and has a sepia tint rather than the b&w of the original.
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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Had so much fun shooting these little guys.. hope you like them
This is pretty much the only time I've woken up early to take a photo
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!
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Swaledales gathering to be fed.
The shot was taken on Barden Moor
in the Yorkshire Dales.
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.
Near Badbury Rings, Wimborne...this field usually has crops not sheep.
I've had problems with my computer this evening so will catch up tomorrow!
"Hello, is that Mr. Hitchcock? Ah, good. Zimmergimmer here from Ireland. I think I might have an idea for a movie..........."
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Today after work I discovered this huge flock of over wintering Canada Geese in one our city's large ponds... I liked the repetition of all those geese bodies in such close proximity!
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.