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|A visit to the saltmarshes near the town, where some groups of yellow-legged gulls were raising the chicks (rather large, by the way) resulted in some adults really excited. Some of them attacked me and I was taking some pictures. The one that I liked most was that showing the whole length of the wings extended, completely oriented towards my head and crying with an open beak. It seemed just like a dive-bomber and these gulls are not small. Fortunately they always corrected the flight direction and passed on the head or deviated just a short distance before.|
Canon 30D, 100-400, ISO250
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- [2007-07-02 22:55]
Belle angle de vue. L'attaque semble en effet imminente.
- [2007-07-03 0:34]
great action capture good colors and focus
great pic, TFS Ori
Muy buenas Carlos
Un gran vuelo y la pillaste "boquiabierta" y es que son unas bocazas con sus constantes "alaridos". Para terminar la foto ti tuviera una "bomba excrementil" hubiera sido la repera.
Me imagino que Ana estará deprimida ante tanta manifestación "vuelil" que estas realizando... y es que eso de ser chaquetero y cambiarse de color no vale.... ;-)
What a daring shot! I don't think I would have stood there long enough to click the shutter for fear of my eye being plucked out!
Perfect exposure with great stop action!