Beauty in Flight

© Kalena Randall

Beauty in Flight

Uploaded: January 01, 2013

Description

On a recent trip to Galveston, TX, my husband and I road the ferry. We were up on the observation deck and a beautiful pelican flying low came by the ferry. I followed him with my camera a snapped several photos. I managed to get one I could crop in and work in LR4. His beak coloring is not a camera color problem. It was actually that color and I have been informed that it stems from age.

Taken with a Nikon D7000 and 18-200 lens. (Jan)

Comments

Arthur Bohlmann January 01, 2013

Nice capture #1506527

Kalena Randall January 01, 2013

Thank you, Arthur. The ferry was gong one way and the pelican the other. I didn't have much time. Got lucky, I think! #10494270

Rita K. Connell level-classic January 02, 2013

great capture, they are so fun to watch flying so low to the water. #10496035

Gary R. Smith January 04, 2013

Nice shot, Kalena. I agree with Rita. They are fun to watch, especially when they dive. Nice work. #10499312

Arthur Bohlmann January 06, 2013

Great timming. #10502226

Beth OMeara level-deluxe January 10, 2013

Nice, Image. Its nice when those 'luck' (And skill shots .. Yuor skill has to be involved ) turn out. Great job! #10509177

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