Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Well look who flew in...



From the car my eye had already composed this shot.. the old wooden pier, the tree, the misty city across the river, the isolation.. more than enough to entice me out.  As I braved the weather to snap the wintry scene Percy pelican flew in and photo-bombed my shot! He wasn't the only one, landing atop the one lamppost as another brave soul walked into the scene and out onto the pier. What do you think.. did they enhance or detract from the image? Last two shots without intruders :) Happy Wednesday, take care and stay safe..


29 comments:

  1. Wonderful timing! I think they add to the shots.

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  2. Love the pelican in both shots. Even though you can feel the cold, the photos are beautiful Grace.

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  3. Beautiful Compositions.Loved all pics.

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  4. I think that Percy flying into that first pic was perfect, Grace!

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  5. ...and who says that you need a sunny day to make good pictures? 😀

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  6. Each shot has its own wonderful composition. Love all of them!

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  7. Marie is right, great composition. Each photo offers the eye something to see differently.

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  8. I like the photo of the perched pelican and the person.

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  9. Great photos! Especially the pelican on the light!

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  10. Each shot has something wonderful to offer. And really, who can complain about a pelican photobomb?!

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  11. Beautiful - the pelicans definitely enhance the photos.

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  12. These are all incredibly beautiful shots. It's a bit ironic, I spent the morning watching pelicans fly back and forth along the shore. I've been in California since last Thursday enjoying cooler weather and beach activity.

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  13. Great intuition, and also the luck of the good photograph. The second one is perfect with the pelican and the silhouette.. A remarkable serie

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  14. You know I never thought you had weather like that there, very neat photos with the pelican

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  15. Aww, great shots, Grace, love them all - sticky and hot here, these photos cool me down a bit, too ;-)

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  16. Oh, like as movie shots! :)
    What a wonderful city, Perth!

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  17. Amazing he flew right into your photo!

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  18. Well done, perfect shot. Enjoy your day, Diane

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  19. I hardly noticed the misty skyline in the distance...the pelican stole the show. It was going to be a moody shot...Do you call that a photo bomb? :)

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  20. You are the real deal! What a shot

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  21. Not bad with the pelican :) I love the first image! Arianna

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  22. Nice shots! look about as nippy there as it is here.

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  24. I like the avian intruder. The human one, though probably an intelligent, warm-hearted soul, not so much.

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  26. Nice of the pelican to show up! Great photos.

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  27. I think I like the third shot, the one without the Pelican - because it is a lovely composition and the starkness adds to the mood.

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