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akahmed 11 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2007 8:11AM
Excellent shot,lovely colours and love the pose.

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helena 14 134 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2007 8:13AM
Simply excellent,
Tara x
MandsH 11 England
26 Apr 2007 8:19AM
A fantastic shot of a puffin, well captured.
NeilM 11 England
26 Apr 2007 8:44AM
well captured.

trissie 11 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2007 9:06AM
A beautiful capture and superb detail.

Trish x
jamescoates 11 44 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2007 9:07AM
Absolutely classic shot, really well captured.
phillj 11 2 England
26 Apr 2007 12:57PM
All the above and more.

JennB 10 60 1 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2007 5:44PM
Good colours and composition. Excellent shot.
Jenn x
8 May 2007 11:33AM
Thanks very much for all your above comments.
brownsilent 11 7 2 United Kingdom
23 May 2007 8:45AM
I am late with my comment, but better late than never. This is a fantastic picture - puffins are such good objects to photograph, colour, pose, background - fantastic.
23 May 2007 10:33AM
Thanks Johanna, I appreciate your comments and you can never be to late with votes or comments,
daringdaphne 13 82 United Kingdom
24 May 2007 10:18PM
breath-takingly sharp, on a clear blue sky. \Wonderful!

ChristineL 13 39 United Kingdom
27 May 2007 3:49PM
A classic pose...beautifully captured,
mystify 10
29 May 2007 11:29PM
This is one excellent capture indeed! Very well done in every sense.
Caledonia 11 2 Scotland
31 May 2007 2:21AM
Love Puffins! I have seen them out at the Isle of Staffa on the west coast of Scotland. They are such comical looking birds. This is an excellent shot .... and this little chap is obviously a good fisher!
Dave87 Plus
10 42 5 England
2 Feb 2008 9:51AM
Smashing piece of natural history work this Fred. Love the eels captured in the beak, the frontal lighting adds modelling and first class background.


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