Sunday, 1 May 2011

Gulls in the harbour

As I waited for a boat trip to Inner Farne in Northumberland, I had time to try to capture some of the gulls feeding in Seahouses harbour. The day was dominated by a thick sea fret, which engulfed the harbour in a dense mist and I was unsure whether any decent photography would be possible. As it turned out, however, the fret lent the images a real feel of the coast and, close up, conditions were perfect to catch one bird landing on the water with a flourish.

All Canon 1Ds MkII




5 comments:

  1. Very nice Tim, especially the last photo.

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  2. Cheers Warren. Much appreciated.

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  3. The last shot is a fabulous image Tim.

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  4. I have to agree with Warren and Roy, though all the images are good in different ways.

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