Saturday, 16 April 2011
A few weeks ago, I was in the Varanger fjord in the very north eastern Norway to photograph one of Scandinavia's most beautiful birds. Combining this with visiting a good friend had to make the perfect setting for a good trip. I enjoyed it very much. Because the birds weren't too cooperative to be honest, close up portraits was not possible and I was forced to think a bit alternatively. The type of images below always receives somewhat mixed applaude. While they might not show the beauty regarding the colours of these ducks very well, they are however (hopefully) interesting in its own way.
Lagt inn av Eirik Grønningsæter / WildNature.no kl. 22:47
Etiketter: duck, Polysticta stelleri, stellerand, Stellers eider, Varanger
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