On the water with Mom
Nikon D5100, f/5.6, 1/640 sec
Ducks in the mist
Nikon D5100 - f/16 1/400s Iso 1600
This picture is very nice but it's really a pity that the tree is too centered, it would have been shifted slightly on the right and the photo would have been perfect!
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Angler and dog - Panasonic DMC FZ300 - f/5 1/800s
Moorhen - Nikon D5100 - f/25 1/320s
Morning mist - Panasonic FZ300 - f/7.1 - 1/200 sec
Panasonic FZ300 - f/2.8 - 1/1000 s
Alone in the green
Panasonic FZ38 - f/3.7 - 1/80 sec
Le Mans - Nikon D5100 - f/9, 1/200sec
Small thirsty lynx - Lumix FZ38 - f/5.6 - 1/13 s
The little red cat is sleeping - Nikon D5100 - f/5.6, 1/8 sec
R8 Gordini - Nikon D5100 - f/8, 1/500 sec
Aermacchi 400 (1972) - Nikon D5100, f/8, 1/500 sec
Lola T142 F5000 (1969) - Nikon D5100 f/11, 1/250 sec
The title and the EXIF was already above the photo :)
Garonne canal - Nikon D5100, f/5.3, 1/250 sec, 400 ISO
Mini waterfall on the Baïse river - Nikon D5100, f/5.6, 1/640 sec, ISO 800
More Cajou - Panasonic DMC F300 - F3.2 - 1/13 - ISO 100
Cajou - Panasonic DMC F300 - F2.8 - 1/13 - ISO 100
It is a silver goeland, Its somewhat severe look is underlined with a red line. It is an area of bare skin called an orbital circle. It is more or less visible depending on the mood of the bird. It’s a way to communicate with fellow humans.
The more angry the goeland is, the more red his "eyes" are!
For food, the chicks tap on the red spot on their parents' beaks. This automatically causes the regurgitation of a fish puree they are fond of!
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