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Abstract Photograph - Flight Of The Cormorants by David Lade

Flight Of The Cormorants is a photograph by David Lade which was uploaded on November 27th, 2011.

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Phenomenal

Beautiful movement captured David. Must have been great so to be there!

David, I like the 'rawness' of the almost abstract image! fv

David Lade replied:

Thanks for your remarks Byron

Wonderful capture, excellent work!

David Lade replied:

Thanks Diane

Thanks for your comment Steve

Nice shooting, David! You have captured a feel of the place that I like a lot.

Beautiful capture with such a great feel of motion, and a favorite.

David Lade replied:

Thanks for your kind words Richard

Excellent capture!! This is when photography becomes fine art.

David Lade replied:

A very kind comment, Katy. I appreciate it.

love capture David, great sense of motion!

David Lade replied:

Thank you Dean

Very nice work David. I think you captured their personality wonderfully. Great composition.

David Lade replied:

Thanks so much Bob

This is fantastic. You can almost feel the rush of wind through feathers.

David Lade replied:

Thanks Odd - I sure could feel the rush of wind (and rain)

I really like the wing shape and delineation of the wing and tail feathers of the lead bird. This was photographed near St Helens on the east coast of Tasmania.

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