Here is an image taken at a very low angle, which is something I have been working on recently. This however was almost underwater. I like this effect as it looks nice with the reflections off the bird.
This image was captured the first time I went to my new seal location. Whilst hiding behind some large rocks I was able to get the side of the lens out and in line with this young female Grey seal named Quiche. She was born on this beach about 6-7 weeks ago and since has never really left the area. I have seen here there every time I have been bar once.
She spends most of her time playing on her back in the water and not very much time feeding.
I am very sorry for the lack of posting recently, Im not really sure why but I have had an over load of processing to do because of so much shooting recently. I have finally got round to doing it and this is a shot which I found from the 9th of October. Taken at a secret location on the North Coast. This young seal pup called Quiche is here seen hauled up playing in the sand.
There is a number of seals in the area but only this young female hauls on the beach. I am hoping that once she moves off then another adult female will move on to give birth. Although I am mainly doing moving image this year, I cant help taking a view stills.
This format is not something I would not normally do however with this image I feel that it works well.
Please let me know what you think of this image.
1/1000 sec f3.2 @ 300mm
I am going back to uploading on image a day from now on so check back for updates.
Sorry I have not been posting in a while, I have been busy working on my third year project and have been busy. This image was taken last week at Stithians. This bird has been in Cornwall for a while and looks like it might stay for a few more weeks. It is always interesting to see rare and uncommon visitors in the area.