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    1. ...Steve 118 months ago | reply

      Excellent, spontaneity at its best.

    2. K-Rust 118 months ago | reply

      I guess you survived, luckily. But that bird was looking very intently at you. Really cool bunch of shots!

    3. Miguel de Leon 118 months ago | reply

      Great Shot.. good thing you had your camera with you

    4. pierce76 118 months ago | reply

      Brilliant shot, now I understand why some people are scared of birds

    5. Hell's Attik 117 months ago | reply

      wonderful composition.

      I'm the admin for a group called "shots from above", please add this to the group: www.flickr.com/groups/shotsfromabove

    6. Reto Togni Pogliorini 115 months ago | reply

      Just perfect! What a strong shot!!

    7. holsro 114 months ago | reply

      Looks like a seagull with a mission!

    8. madcurtis 114 months ago | reply

      It's very "Hitchcock'ish" (The Birds)

    9. Nicola T 114 months ago | reply

      Wow. great capture.

    10. iCyclops 114 months ago | reply

      great moment

    11. Discaciate 110 months ago | reply

      Perfect capture.
      The use of B&W made it truly something.

      Seen in a discussion of B&W. (?)

    12. Sa_Kr 104 months ago | reply

      The right place at the right time!!!

    13. Alessandro Casagli [deleted] 102 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called * World's best Nikon shots *, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    14. Églantine 100 months ago | reply

      love the scale of the bird against the cityscape!

    15. François V 99 months ago | reply

      Greeeat shoot !

    16. Ly.Kevin 98 months ago | reply

      that's amazing!

    17. richirik [deleted] 93 months ago | reply

      You are invited!

    18. MNJSports 93 months ago | reply

      Wow..very, very cool shot!

    19. Thomas Ritzerfeld 74 months ago | reply

      Holy... great capture!

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