Monday, 15 March 2010

Hell's Mouth


After leaving Rachel and Paul on Friday, I dropped into a very windy Hell's Mouth and
took these Fulmars pairing off on the cliff.
Took loads of shots but most were blurry because of the strong winds. John

18 comments:

  1. Nice shots. I always like seeing Fulmars when my wife and I are in the UK. Lovely seabirds.

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  2. Spring is certainly in the air.
    Lovely shots.

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  3. These are beautiful pictures john... I love the background, which is quite different from the one we have over here. They are also back in Iceland. I saw them for the first time 10 days ago, which is quite early!

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  4. Lovely Fulmars - just watch out for the old irritable proventriculus!

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  5. John, quite lovely birds and you captured your images nicely. Don't you love how well nature works, with the way each species blends so nicely into their background~

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  6. Hi, John and Sue, One of my favorites birds and photographed superbly. Thanks for the offer to show me around the hot spots of Truro, I will take you up on that .
    Sam

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  7. Great shots John. Love them.

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  8. Nice shots of the Fulmars. Beautiful as always.

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  9. Lovely shots showing the interaction between this pair.

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  10. Great to see them back again John, I had them last week took a few flight shots but non good enough to publish. I love watching these.

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  11. Great close-ups! I have yet to see any.

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  12. Lovely Fulmars, I have back in Wicklow on the same nest sites. :o) You know the year is getting going when these guys arrive

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  13. Wow, your header photo is incredible!

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  14. Fotografiile sunt foarte frumoase!
    Felicitari!

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  15. Thank you for your kind comments.
    John.

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  16. Hi John and Sue.
    You lucky devils...sure know how to enjoy yourselves. Breath taking photography and scenary looks superb. I am truly envious..I have been trying for years to get Angie to go abroad but with no success so far.

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  17. Hi JR and Sue.
    Well done on seeing the Harlequins, especialy the male, and the Barrows. I could go on but there all great birds. Great scenic shots too. Looks like a wonderful place to visit.

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