Gannet in Flight
Rarely does a photographer get the opportunity to shoot flying birds at eye level. In Newfoundland, there is a location where thousands of nesting Gannets spend their summers. They can be photographed from a cliff 500 feet above the ocean. A rock island is only a short distance from the edge and it is full of these birds. They fly above, below and at eye level. The grey background was due to the dense fog.
Photo by Allen Utzig