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The Art of Romance

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    This female Black-headed Gull was enjoying a quiet rest at Strumpshaw Fen when the male flew in and landed on top of her. He did what had to be done and immediately flew away again. The entire episode lasted about ten seconds. And they say the art of romance is dead ...




    E-30, 50-200 SWD, EC-14.

    Ron

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    Re: The Art of Romance

    Oooh that is so good Ron well done on your timing
    Iain

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      Re: The Art of Romance

      Great shot!
      I'm jealous now. I'm just not good enough to catch a moment like that. Maybe some day...
      Some of my pictures can be viewed here.

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        Re: The Art of Romance

        Nice capture - in all meanings.

        Well done

        (To quote the Small Faces - Wham Bam thankyou Mam)

        Though of course gulls pairs up for nesting.

        Nick
        Nick Temple-Fry

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          Re: The Art of Romance

          I like the expression of the bottom gull - 'Oh no, not again !'.

          Like the picture too.

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