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Friday, 22 July 2011

The Road to Bonavista

Cape Bonavista Lighthouse
Cape Bonavista Lighthouse - Click for larger

The road to Bonavista is paved with good intentions. I set goals before every trip. This year I really wanted a good shot of the Cape Bonavista Lighthouse and a puffin in flight. Well one out of two ain’t bad. I shot over 600 frames of Puffins. They are like fat flying torpedoes. Even with the 1D Mark IV at 10 frames per second, getting one of these little guys sharp in the frame is tough.Atlantic Puffin
Atlantic Puffin - Click for larger

I have a couple of images that are ok but since we will be here two more days I will keep trying for that perfect shot.

Elliston is the root cellar capital of the world. Who knew?Root Cellar
Root Cellar - Click for larger

It also has one of the best and most accessible puffin nesting sites that we have found. Elliston Puffin Site
Elliston Puffin Site - Click for larger

Atlantic Puffin Colony
Atlantic Puffin Colony - Click for larger

We woke up to the sound of rain again this morning. It’s just one of those years here in the east: cold, damp and dark. The landscape in this area is wonderful. So when we had a bit of light last night we worked until it was gone.Elliston Shoreline
Elliston Shoreline - Click for larger

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Marta said...

I don't know about you still trying to get that perfect puffin shot, Ron. That one of the puffin flying with the fish in his mouth looks pretty perfect to me! What a neat shot! Enjoyed all the photos and seeing where you are.

22 July 2011 at 11:37  

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