Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Flying in Formation

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Why fly in formation?  The folks at Science Magazine and National Geographic share some thoughts on the topic.


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17 comments:

Michelle said...

That second shot is like a perfect sequence.

Stephanie said...

Great shots!

Brian King said...

Wow! Those are gorgeous!

Stephen Hayes said...

Whenever I see ducks or geese flying overhead in formation, I get goosebumps, as I am now looking at your photographs.

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Awesome shots, Daniel!

Pamela Gordon said...

Gorgeous photos! The geese look beautiful against that blue sky.

ak-ut said...

all of them are so beautiful :-)

Joke (Joke's Camera) said...

Wow, I am speechless, Daniel. Your pictures are gorgeous. I have tried to photograph them so often, but I never succeeded. Great work. Greetings, Joke

Sylvia K said...

Gorgeous blue skies and they're the perfect backdrop for those awesome birds in flight!! Terrific post for the day, Daniel, as always!! Thanks for sharing the beauty! Have a wonderful weekend!!

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Really great shots... perfect focus and I like the vibrant blue sky!

Kaya said...

Second day I am looking at your flying geese. Your photos are simply perfect. I never could capture flying geese. No matter what I did and how hard I tried.

Beautiful and outstanding photos!

Arija said...

Beautiful captures. Amazing how easily they do it when our pilots have to practice so hard to get the same effect.

ladyfi said...

Gorgeous shots.

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Beautiful shots and beautiful blue sky. X Don

Don Wood said...

please visit my Promote Thanet Blog
Beautiful shots and beautiful blue sky. X Don

Ida said...

These were beautiful. Very crisp and clear.

Liz said...

Brilliant images Daniel! I'm not great with birds in flight so I am always in awe of those who can get the settings right!