A couple of Arctic terns (Sterna paradisaea) feeding each other

Couple of Arctic terns (Sterna paradisaea) feeding each other
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Arctic tern (Sterna paradisaea) flying over sunlit waterIt is a fascinating mating ritual of the Arctic terns (Sterna paradisaea): the male bird catches fish and gives it to his partner.
Baltic Sea, Vaesternorrland, Sweden, Europe
Ulrich Kunst and Bettina Scheidulin
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Children running at Beach: Unforgetteble Moment

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ord4Ordi Calder, Ordilei Caldeira
I’m Conceptual Fine art photographer with two works Selected Conceptual FIAP Award (2011).
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Ordilei Caldeira is a self taught fine art photographer for 11 years (2001) his own style is the Conceptual, influenced by Surrealism, Psychedelia and Esoterism. Passionate about photography, also photographs Architecture, Landscape, Nature, People, Portrait and Travel.
2012 two works selected for exihbition ABSTRACTS 2012: the alternative eye, at 1650 gallery Los Angeles
In 2011 two of His conceptual work received the “Selected Award FIAP”.
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Fog Bow


One morning when I was doing a Caracara survey, I suddenly realized that a fog bow had formed. I had never seen one before and was a bit confused, but I took photos. Later in the day, I compared notes with others involved in the survey and a number of people had seen them.
Trudie Bell

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