Up close and Personal with Pelicans

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Up close and Personal with Pelicans

Postby Christina » Fri May 31, 2013 4:05 pm

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Pelican Head by NikonCharms, on Flickr

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Pelican by NikonCharms, on Flickr

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Pelican4 by NikonCharms, on Flickr

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Different Pelican by NikonCharms, on Flickr

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2 Pelicans by NikonCharms, on Flickr

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Different Pelican1 by NikonCharms, on Flickr

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Different Pelican4 by NikonCharms, on Flickr

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Pelican7 by NikonCharms, on Flickr

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Pelican 6 by NikonCharms, on Flickr

And here's a before and after shot of some building's:

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Before by NikonCharms, on Flickr


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After by NikonCharms, on Flickr

Hope ya'll enjoy. These r my most recent, taken a couple of weekends ago.
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Re: Up close and Personal with Pelicans

Postby Christina » Fri May 31, 2013 4:06 pm

The buildings I enhanced with photoshop on the 2nd pic.
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Re: Up close and Personal with Pelicans

Postby Christina » Fri May 31, 2013 4:17 pm

Here's a couple of other bird shots I thought u all might enjoy seeing.

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Bird eating a fish by NikonCharms, on Flickr


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Eating a fish by NikonCharms, on Flickr
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Re: Up close and Personal with Pelicans

Postby maxjj » Sat Jun 01, 2013 12:47 am

nice capture of the Osprey eating fish. The pelican beak in the first shot, looks interesting, looks like a seasoned old bird with loads of character..
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Re: Up close and Personal with Pelicans

Postby SamGC » Mon Feb 24, 2014 8:15 am

These photose really do display perfectly what a bizarre creature the pelican is. :shock:
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