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A selection of birds images from this year

Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by Mark Coull, Dec 20, 2018.

  1. Mark Coull

    Mark Coull Active Member

    1. Puffin 1
    [​IMG]Fowlsheugh Puffin Looking by Mark Coull, on Flickr

    2. Puffin 2
    [​IMG]Seated Puffin by Mark Coull, on Flickr

    3. Puffin 3
    [​IMG]Puffed seated in the sunshine by Mark Coull, on Flickr

    4. Razorbill 1
    [​IMG]Razorbill by Mark Coull, on Flickr

    5. Razorbill 2
    [​IMG]Viewing the world upside down by Mark Coull, on Flickr

    6. Razorbill 3
    [​IMG]Razorbill (Explored 25/06/2018) by Mark Coull, on Flickr

    7. Guillemot 1
    [​IMG]Common Guillemot by Mark Coull, on Flickr

    8. Guillemot 2
    [​IMG]Guillemot by Mark Coull, on Flickr

    9. Northern Gannet
    [​IMG]Northern Gannet by Mark Coull, on Flickr

    10. Immature Northern Gannet
    [​IMG]Immature Gannet by Mark Coull, on Flickr

    Apologies for the image spam!

    Selection of some of my favourite captures this year at RSPB Fowlsheugh and Troup Head. It's been a good year in terms of development and I'm hoping to build on in for next year!

    These were taken with a Nikon D500 + Nikon AF-S 300mm f4 D lens, with some light editing in Lightroom.
     
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  2. PeteRob

    PeteRob Well-Known Member

    Nice!
     
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  3. Mark Coull

    Mark Coull Active Member

    Thanks Pete
     
  4. El_Sid

    El_Sid Well-Known Member

    Well good...:cool:
     
  5. Mark Coull

    Mark Coull Active Member

    Thanks :)
     
  6. Learning

    Learning Ethelred the Ill-Named

    I like these very much. I can't say much more here, except to say that you would have survived the appraisal room rather well with them.
    The immature gannet is my favourite.
     
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  7. Mark Coull

    Mark Coull Active Member

    Thanks a bunch :)
     

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