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N 66 B 367 C 51 E Feb 15, 2020 F Feb 15, 2020
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The snow on the ground reflecting light onto the bird had helped with the exposure.

Nikon 300mmF4 PF + 1.4X
1/800sec, f5.6, ISO 1000, -1EV
(Feb. 2020, Grey Nuns White Spruce Forest, St. Albert, Alberta)

N 46 B 691 C 54 E Feb 11, 2020 F Feb 11, 2020
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Winter is a good time to finish up projects that were started and abandoned. I carved the bird and painted the head and flanks in 2009. I decided to finish painting it this winter.

N 73 B 431 C 8 E Feb 9, 2020 F Feb 11, 2020
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Thank you to all Flickr friends for visiting, faves and comments are much appreciated

N 59 B 291 C 6 E Jun 3, 2019 F Feb 14, 2020
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N 202 B 1.4K C 33 E Feb 11, 2020 F Feb 14, 2020
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It is well known that the Brown Pelican morphs into the shape of a rocket ship as it fall from the sky to dive for fish. They are Quite good sat this maneuver folding their wings, stretching their neck, tucking their webbed feet and watching their prey with their squinted eyes. You can see most of this in this image taken on Marco Island at sunrise.

Tags:   fishinf waterfowel morph Florida beach Marco Island Diving Brown Pelican BIF


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