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Flight of Envy

Posted by
Nitin (Mayenne, France) on 14 March 2010 in Animal & Insect and Portfolio.

Walking along the Piazza San Marco in Venice where you see these birds flying all around you it's not easy to follow their path or look where they are heading. After trying several shots I managed to get one and what a shot it was. Something striking and captivating about the bird here - the look in the eye - like dedication or focus. Spreading its wings all across and flying slightly tilted it was such a beautiful sight!

NIKON D90 1/800 second F/5.6 ISO 200 105 mm

Sonia Nansid from Stockholm, Sweden

Well captured. The straight line of the left building in contrast to the other enhances the action of the flight

14 Mar 2010 2:35pm

Fonts from Barcelona, Spain

A daring and original composition. The seagull's wings cut the lines well marked in column (?). The weight of it balances the left piece of building that is right (mine) Well seen!
I have visited your portfolio and I've seen some great images ... Congratulations! Adela

14 Mar 2010 9:41pm

trilliana from Germany

the balance of lines, weight and colour is awesome.

14 Mar 2010 10:08pm

lil-ing from Singapore, Singapore

nice one! while most people attempt to capture a background of sky and clouds while a bird is in flight, you played with architecture to create a context. interesting colours, composition.

15 Mar 2010 2:52am

Bettina from United States

Hi! That's wonderful. Especially because of the proximity of the buildings. We expect to see kind of detail against a sky. It gives it all the more the feeling of nearness.

15 Mar 2010 5:02am

spandana from milano, Italy

the pic says it all!

15 Mar 2010 3:35pm

Nitin from Milano, Italy

Thanks for the comments all. What I fail to express in words below my pictures you all make up for it. It happens with me somethings I find something so perfect and blissful but I cannot explain it and I write something else just to dodge it. Here you all perfectly complemented my lack of words. THanks again.

16 Mar 2010 9:04am

NIKON D90
1/800 second
F/5.6
ISO 200
105 mm