Posted on February 16, 2013
By Michael Griffiths
Category: Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve Tags: nature, Nature Photography., Photography, Wilden Marsh, Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve, wildlife photography
Good title. 🙂
What a gull will do for a sardine never ceases to surprise me. 🙂
I honestly envy you for your job, that lets you be close to so much beauty every day… Bet you love it!
Would you like being bitten close to death by insects in the summer? What about cold, wet and freezing cold in winter? And then there are all the things that creep about, unseen, in the night to put the wind up a person? If you have answered yes thrice, then it might be just the job for you too. 😀
🙂 Yes, thrice. Well, I might do something about the insects…
I bet you would use insect repellent, just like me. 🙂
Um, well… Now that you’re specifiying things THAT clearly, maybe I’d better leave the job to you and just go on celebrating your pictures while sitting, laptop on lap, close to the fireplace in my cosy kitchen 😉
Smashing picture! Were you very close or long lens?
A long lens, Joyce.
Great photo, such detail, love how white and clean this gull looks! Gotta love the webbed feet too!
Thank you, Sally. All the better for paddling with. 🙂
“And then there are all the things that creep about, unseen, in the night” … are you talking about yourself there Mike? 🙂
I do engage in a bit of that, James.
Soon the Lesser Black-backed Gulls will arrive to Scandinavia, in March I guess!
You had better warn people to hide their ice cream cones, Ann. 🙂
Great shot and nice DOF too.
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