The idea was to capture a seagull flying near sunset. I waited about 5 minutes for one that was sitting on top of a building when suddenly the phone rings. While I was answering the call, the seagull took off, exactly in the direction I wanted. I only had time to start taking several burst shots, trying to follow the seagull with one hand, poor concentration and some imagination because, as I recall, I wasn't even looking at the eyepiece and had to assume the camera was always pointed in the right direction.
This photo is marked as: Safe.
|Available sizes:||Small, Medium, Large|
|Captured:||Nov 7, 2011|
|Uploaded:||Nov 18, 2011 (UTC)|
|Focal length:||106 mm|
|Shutter speed:||1/350 sec|
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