Images from the camargue

Discussion in 'Birds' started by phillip 200, Jun 23, 2007.

  1. Few images I have processed from my holiday in the camargue I focused this year on Terns, but as it was extremely difficult to find their breeding colonies I only manage three days worth of shooting. I have yet to go through 50 gigabytes though and will be posting several more images until you are proper fed up of them.

    Phillip.

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    Thanks for looking.:890:
     
  2. What a fabulous place to go and a great set of pictures.

    I do wonder though if our american members will know much about this area, and therefore a little more information from you about it might be welcome.

    Bob F.
     
  3. Gale

    Gale

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    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Very nice images as usual
    50 gigs wow. Better you than me:>))))
    So you had a fairly long holiday.
    Haven't seen you in awhile
     

  4. Hi Gale yes I was quite busy with some product photography work for a large multinational for about four weeks, and then I sneaked off on holiday for a couple of weeks. we go for the festival of the horse which lasts about four days when I get round to it I will post some of the cowboy images the bull handling and possibly some of the procession at the end of the festival.

    Phillip.

    :smile::biggrin::smile:
     
  5. Way to go and thanks for sharing the trip.


    You did Good!!!!
     
  6. Makes me want to go there!! Great series!!
     
  7. Hokum

    Hokum

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    Jun 20, 2006
    Pennines UK
    Great Phillip, the terns are spot on!
     
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