Tuesday, September 30, 2008
"Currents of Flight, Cape St. Mary's, Newfoundland"
The Gannets of this ecological reserve were in the thousands and it was difficult to isolate one to get a solitary shot. This gannet was having just the grandest time catching the warm air currents of The Cape on this Sept.27th day at Cape St. Mary's. It was just amazing to watch these birds at play on such a sunny day here. The Cape usually gets 200+ fog days a year. This gannet was flying high and just to the left of his white form you can see his dark shadow cast on the cliff as he soars by.