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    It may be a boring seagull but it's not a boring image. Awesome shot and well done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iguanasan View Post
    It may be a boring seagull but it's not a boring image. Awesome shot and well done!
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    Great shot Matt!

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    Wonderful photo, very well composed, great flight photo, i am very jealous.
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    Not boring to me at all. Seriously nice catch!
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    Thanks, all; but the gulls are still boring ...
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    Well Matt, firstly, wonderful image, very well captured.
    Now as for boring, don't think so! If anyone thinks that catching a seagull in-flight is easy, go try it. This is how I always tell people to practice for bif shots. They are some of the best fliers and totally unpredictable in flight patterning. Super quick direction and speed changes make for some serious challenging shots. They are especially difficult when in flocks, not near as bad singly though still challenging enough.
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