It all happened so fast

Between the piles of the Coupeville Pier, seagulls were swimming back and forth.  I got plenty of pictures of that, but then one took flight.  If I hadn’t already been in the process of putting my camera away, I could have gotten more shots.  Sometimes good moments happen too fast!  I am happy with this one, though.

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19 comments on “It all happened so fast”
  1. Love the composition!! Great Photographs!!

    1. Thank you, Mike! This is one of my favorites from last month.

  2. Christos says:

    Excellent shot – I love the leading lines and the light bringing out all the detail on the wooden polls – the bird is just the cherry on the top – well done !!

  3. Wow, what an excellent shot!

  4. Great shot Jolene – love the colors and mood!

  5. clicksey says:

    I love the composition in this shot.

  6. nigel says:

    This is a very cool photo. The lighting is amazing, it had an underground cave look to it. 🙂

  7. One word…the birds must LOVE you and totally hate me with a passion that can’t even be explained!!! Oh, wait…one word…SWEET!! I love this image Jolene, great composition, love the leading lines (even that dang bird)! 😛

  8. Mike says:

    Good shot. Sometimes the unexpected shots are the best ones.

  9. Oh wow! This is definitely one of my favorites (of your photos).

    I’ve found with animals and birds, you often just get that one perfect shot. At least I do! 😉

    1. One perfect shot is usually how it works for me, and then they run off or fly away.

  10. Wow, what a beautiful photo. It has an almost spiritual feel to it. I love it ! 🙂

    1. I was actually thinking that same thing – the spiritual feel. Something about the white bird in the dark place, I think. Thanks, Maria!

  11. Mary Pederson says:

    Beauutiful pictures

  12. cigi says:

    Wonderful shot. Just perfect!

    1. Thank you! I think this may be the next one I make a print of.

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