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Pelicans taking off: An essay in action photos

The marvelous, prehistoric Brown Pelican. It spends its time diving into the waters of the world, scooping up fish with its long ponderous beak. For every dive however, there must be a return to the air. These pictures explore part … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a photo #55: The Red-throated Loon rises

It was a grey and foggy day. Not so distant shores were hidden by the thick, low lying vapors. The birds were thick, as the winter migrants were making their presence known on the bay, and settled in for the … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a photo #31: Pelican on a foggy day

Oh how I love the Pelican! The way its beak can hold more than its belly can One of my favorite birds. I have many photographs of pelicans, and will likely be visiting several different images of them over the … Continue reading

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