in Science & Nature Love It Birds Landing by Pamela Moresby April 21, 2019, 11:24 pm 145 Views 12 Votes 20 Comments 0shares Share Tweet Pin Here are some photos of Birds landing where they want to go. I have yet to get shots of Birds other than Gannets and Seagulls but here we go. #1 Muriwai Gannet Landing I followed this bird in flight with my camera Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport What a great shot Pam. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Carol. Log in to Reply Here again professionalism is shown 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Elenka, to be just with birds and photography you just have to be quick on the click button. Doesn’t always work. Log in to Reply Well, it is like, “Follow the bird” with the camera. I guess that is professionalism. I yet have to learn to adjust shutter speed, and other things on the camera. Sorry but just have it on the instant mode of taking photos. Log in to Reply #2 Juvenile Blackbacked Gull landing Airport lounge for car parks area Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport Look at those wings, wow! 1 Log in to Reply Birds are amazing creatures, fabulous wings Log in to Reply Big balancing on landing 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Elenka, the bird is great with flight. Log in to Reply #3 Seagull landing On a beach Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport Love the detail in his wings. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Carol, I did some minor adjustments with editing Log in to Reply Oh oh, incredible. I see glass and eyes 1 Log in to Reply The bird stays focused on what he or she is doing but is after more than just landing. The seagull is a determined animal Log in to Reply I think this one is my favorite. Log in to Reply #4 Muriwai Gannet Landing Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport Look at his feet, cool. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Elenka, the bird balances by instinct but Gannets are courageous birds. Log in to Reply Thanks Carol, the feet are great here. Log in to Reply What good distribution of body parts on landing 1 Log in to Reply #5 Shag landing on the water Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport Great shot again Pam. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Carol, it was a lucky shot. Log in to Reply Impressive landing in water without water skiing 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Elenka for your comments Log in to Reply Well the Shag just slides into the water and sits in position. Log in to Reply Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 12 points Upvote Downvote 0shares Share Tweet Pinbird photosBirds LandingGannetsNew ZealandseagullsShag Written by Pamela Moresby 20 Comments Leave a Reply Wonderful, amazing captures 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Tasartcraft pleased you like them 1 Log in to Reply Yes, great shots…… 🙂 Log in to Reply Wow, gorgeous captures, Pamela! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Ellie, glad you like them 1 Log in to Reply You have such an amazing eye, Pam! You capture birds with such skill! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Doc pleased you like them 1 Log in to Reply You are much more patient with pictures than I am. I need to learn to take time! 1 Log in to Reply Wow, the full flight to land!! It’s wonderful following your pictures!! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Alibb glad you liked the photos Log in to Reply The one-time pictures you made … you have to be as quick and embedded as possible so that you can do it all 1 Log in to Reply So true Lado, thanks so much Log in to Reply I envy you noble for these lived moments. The pictures are magnificent 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Elenka, you are also a good professional photographer. Log in to Reply Wonderful series once again, loved each one! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Carol, I have never grown up but I am fascinated by flight. Log in to Reply Amazing shots! 😍 It must take a lot of patience to get them done. 1 Log in to Reply I would assume that, speed is more required here than patience. 1 Log in to Reply You have made very interesting and beautiful bird pictures. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Vidocka, I am glad that these photos are interesting. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.