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Well, I shot over to Bali to practice my bird photography and to shoot some temples. Yes, I flew to Bali to take bird photos, another tough day in South East Asia during a recession.

I posted my first bird photography on my blog. Comments welcome.

http://class5photos.blogspot.com/

I have to admit, shooting birds is harder then shooting climbers. Pretty fun.

Enjoy


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Nice shots there!

I was in Newfoundland for two weeks and was able to capture this shot two days before departure.




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took these a couple years ago in South Africa







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edge wrote:
Nice shots there!

I was in Newfoundland for two weeks and was able to capture this shot two days before departure.

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v293/loransmith/DSCN1388.jpg[/IMG]

I am dying to visit these guys and photograph them. Any climbing in the area?

Best time to visit?

If there's climbing, I can justify the trip. A combination of Photography and climbing.

Eman


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guangzhou wrote:
edge wrote:
Nice shots there!

I was in Newfoundland for two weeks and was able to capture this shot two days before departure.

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v293/loransmith/DSCN1388.jpg[/IMG]

I am dying to visit these guys and photograph them. Any climbing in the area?

Best time to visit?

If there's climbing, I can justify the trip. A combination of Photography and climbing.

Eman

There is ton's of rock there, particularly sea cliffs, but there is a wide range of quality. It is generally difficult to get area beta, but there is huge potential.

Summer is best, but often rainy. Still, it is a beautiful place, and the people there were the nicest I have ever seen.

I have alot of other pics of murres, gannets, kittiwakes, etc; the island is saturated with birds. I just don't have them linked yet.


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Here are a few more shots from Newfoundland to demonstrate the potential.








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It it bad form to bolt a gannet?


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