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Uploaded: 07/27/05 11:18 AM GMT
Fulmar2
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This time 'hovering' on the updrafts by the cliff.

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nfs
07/27/05 11:43 AM GMT
Another incredible shot!!

Well Done!
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Bluesilver
07/27/05 1:59 PM GMT
You've captured the right moment.........perfect and beautiful.

Have a nice day.......
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mesmerized
07/27/05 2:17 PM GMT
Boy, you sure know your stuff when it comes to birds, Philip...great timing and clarity...another excellent capture...top marks.:Pat.
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::Morwyn
07/27/05 3:33 PM GMT
Wow.. Fabulous capture.. I love your timing.. You do know how to take a great photo..
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One bead at a time..
Sree
07/27/05 6:58 PM GMT
Nice one dude...........
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( This message is posted from Gods Own Country,Kerala,India )
raymanrayman
07/28/05 1:39 AM GMT
Excellent capture! Good job!
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lindyking
07/28/05 4:12 AM GMT
Perfect timing and capture! This can't have been an easy shot - definitely shows your talent here! Great picture!!
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Whatever you are, be a good one. -Abraham Lincoln
::stormdancer
07/28/05 6:14 AM GMT
Hi Philip
Great capture..you just froze the bird.
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"pleasure in life you get by giving". You are welcom to visit my gallery
mimi5947
07/28/05 7:20 AM GMT
Excellent caature here Philip! Love this shot. Kudo's! Thanks :)
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~ Mimi~
::photoimagery
08/01/05 4:20 AM GMT
Philip. This is an image that should be the envy of all. I wish it were one of mine. It is certainly a 10 poiter and one that goes into my Favorites Gallery.
Well done.

The aim of every artist is to arrest motion, which is life, by artificial means and hold it fixed so that a hundred years later, when a stranger looks at it, it moves again since it is life. Since man is mortal, the only immortality possible for him is to leave something behind him that is immortal since it will always move. This is the artist’s way of scribbling; “Kilroy was here” on the wall of the final and irrevocable oblivion through which he must someday pass.
William Faulkner
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Si
08/03/05 11:46 AM GMT
I'd just logged out when I saw this one in the Top New Images - I had to log back in to tell you what a great shot it is. Lovely clarity in the feathers, and really captures the way seabirds just hang there, riding the updraft. Excellent picture :-)
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::Quiet
08/04/05 12:01 AM GMT
I've had this image as my desktop at work a few times now. It really is superb. The bird just looks motionless! And I love the intensity in the picture as well.
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~"In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will direct your paths" (Prov. 3:6).~
.BorderingOrion
06/20/06 7:03 PM GMT
Pom I've been through your gallery several times and I can't believe that I've missed this one. Like all the other commenters it is very impressive. No change there for you! I haven't seen any submissions from you recently, is another masterpiece in the pipeline?
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It's better to have a living dog, than a dead lion.

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