Saturday, 5 November 2016

Silver Gull Flight in Slow Motion

The Silver gull ( Chroicocephalus novaehollandiae )  is one of three gull species found in Tasmania. They are often taken for granted or even despised as raucous scavengers. Watching them here, flying and gliding  in slow motion, I hope you will agree they can  actually be graceful and beautiful bird.

I hope you enjoy the video.





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16 comments:

  1. Hi, greetings from Malaysia. Thank you for your visit to my blog. I enjoyed your video of the Silver Gull flight in slow motion. Its beautiful!

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    1. Thanks Nancy Chan. Glad you enjoyed it.

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  2. Nothing wrong with the good old Silver Gull in my book Mosura and you have captured them well.

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    1. Thanks for watching Gouldiae. Yes they might be common but they are fascinating birds. You could spend a lifetime just studying their body language.

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  3. I did indeed enjoy the video, so gorgeous to see! Thank you so much for sharing, and warm greetings from Montreal, Canada. :)

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    1. Thanks for watching Linda. Greetings received and reciprocated all the way from the Apple Isle (Tasmania)

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  4. Despite being generally thought of as a common chip stealers, I rather like gulls - and in full breeding kit Silver Gulls do look good.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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    1. Thanks for visiting Stewart M. For the record, they were in in fact eyeing off my chips :-)

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  5. They are indeed graceful.

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  6. ahh
    thank you for delivering such a joy to eyes and heart .just loved these delightful flights of snow like birds .loved the music too

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    1. Thanks for watching baili. Glad you enjoyed them.

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    1. Thanks for visiting HOOTIN ANNI.

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  8. Wonderful captures. I love to see them here in New Zealand because they are so graceful and always look hungry :)

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    1. Thanks bettyl-NZ. I've never seen one that wasn't hungry :-)

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