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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Low tide

Today the tide was very low and there was a lot of activity on the beach. Unfortunately, it was drizzling most of the time and I had to keep the camera safe under the jacket.
above: Silver Gull, Tasmania
above: Pied Oystercatcher, Masked Lapwing, Tasmania
above: This is the first time I see a Silver Gull catch a fish.
above: Masked Lapwing, Tasmania
above: Little Pied Cormorant, Tasmania
above: A patrolling parent. Kelp Gull, Tasmania
above: a cute baby Kelp Gull, Tasmania
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2 comments:

  1. Hi Nickolay,
    You have much better weather for shooting Gulls than us! It's freezing and windy here.
    Great shots as always,
    Dave

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  2. Hi Dave,
    the first image is especially in your area of expertise :D

    Yes, it's better, but the anomalies are amazing. It should be the hottest part of the summer and since two days ago temperatures have dropped to 7-8 degrees Celsius, which is typical for winter nights. May be it has to do with air inversions created by the horrific and tragic bushfires in Victoria...

    Regards

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