Bonaventure Island’s Gannet Colony
With over 200,000 birds, Bonaventure Island is a magnificent place to visit and photograph. The park staff will boast that of the 200,000 seabirds living on the island, about 110,000 are Northern Gannets that return during the breeding season each year.
In this particular photograph of 3 Northern Gannets, I love the gesture and interaction between the birds.
Gear: Nikon D4S Camera, Nikkor 200-400mm lens.
Settings: Focal length 400mm; exposure 1/5000 sec; f/5.6; ISO 900.
GPS: 48°29’17.22″ N 64°8’54.57″ W
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