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Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the Details

This collection of seagull photos is my contribution to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the Details. We took these photos on the baltic coast in Travemünde (North Germany). I do think the photos fit to the photo challenge because they are close-up photos of the seagulls and I do think you can see a lot of details on the photo because the seagulls flown by pretty close. I really dislike self-praise but this time I have to say that the photos are simply awesome. But I do think we should thank the birds:)

I also would like to mention that we took the photos near the four-masted barque called Passat. On some photos you can see the barque in the background. I have already some more photos of the Passat on my blog… if you are interested, take a look here. If you like, you can also browse for differend other Photos.

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    • Agree. Some lucky shots.. there is a reason why they came so close. We bought and eaten a sausage bun there. But this will cover another blogpost since I still have some photos of this funny situation. All I can say is… it has been difficult to protect our sausage buns😀

      • Hehe, I can only imagine😛 You should definetly post those photos.

        It’s funny how tilting your camera just a few degrees can add a whole new dimension to the photos. My favorite is the first one where you can see the whole background, and it’s also the clearest one.

        • True. The first one was my favorite photo too. The last photos are not so great but I decided to upload them all anyway because I liked how the seagulls appear on differend shots.😀 I pretty much like the seagull on one of the darker photos, which looks into the camera like “why to hell do you make photos of me?” I thought this is funny.

          I will upload the other photos of the storie next days. Because there is still one particular photo, some people might think “LOL??!!?”😀

          I liked how you described the dimension. Thanks. I appreciate that kind of feedback. It is often better to hold the camera straight but I agree, it looks great on the bird photos here.

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