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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.
Gulls, gulls and more gulls!
I just want to tidy up on some of my pre-new camera picture folders.

In that lovely early April weather I went for a drive past my old patch in my new car (had an oops moment in that too)!

The farmer was ploughing and had attracted hundreds of gulls in mostly Common, but there was one different one (that I could see anyway). Can you spot it?
Upland agricultural pasture
Drimmie, Blairgowrie
Date taken
6 April 2015
Scientific name
Larus canus
Equipment used
Olympus SP-55OUZ
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A lovely landscape shot, Delia ... Is that Gull is the one sitting 4 cm from R-margin and 1 cm from the lower margin ? ... I think I have given the co-ordinates properly, LOL ... tfs ...
A wonderful image and great narrative, my friend! I will agree with Alok. Maybe a Great Blackback.
You are not being fair Delia, there are one too many to tell the difference. Lovely setting & group shot!! tfs.
A beautiful capture, Delia !!! Thanks for sharing.
Those sparrows of yours will soon be back when they see you putting food out again.

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