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Emden Goose

A photo of an emden goose in all of its majestic glory. I believe that it was flapping its wings at the moment of this photo being taken. The goose exhibits great form and appears to be quite large in … Continue reading

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Fulica atra Cleaning Itself

Three shots that I took yesterday for an upcoming university assignment. I think the form is great and you get an idea of how the coot is moving, but not a good idea of how it is moving and what … Continue reading

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Flying Time

Two birds. One in flight, one about to take off (if I remember correctly). The corella on the right almost seems to be hanging there in the air whilst the one on the left seems to be posing. I hope … Continue reading

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Careful Cleaning

I’m pretty sure that the ibis was cleaning itself. I like the form and how odd and yet natural the ibis looks in this photo. I think that there’s a fair bit of detail where necessary and I like the … Continue reading

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Wings

In my opinion, an interesting form of the wings in which they are viewed in this image. I like the way the feathers and the wings are positioned whilst the gull seems like it is not going to be taking … Continue reading

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Serious Gulls

Some seagulls looking serious. Very serious. Probably serious about getting away from me as I approached. This is my entry into Leanne Cole‘s Monochrome Madness for this week. I strongly recommend checking it out to see what other people have submitted, … Continue reading

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Pelican Preening

Not something I get to see every day. Once more, another photo putting the form of a bird on display, but this time with another lazily floating about. I think that the outstretched wing leads to some great angularity in … Continue reading

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