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A gallery on Tragalgar Square, London:

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Azlin Ahmad27-Oct-2008 13:10
This is simply brilliant! Love the treatment, and how the birds seem to fly in a spiral. V
omer1213-Apr-2008 08:03
Well done!!! -V-
carol j. phipps10-Apr-2006 01:36
Excellent capture! V
lorin niculae16-Jan-2006 09:44
wow, this one is amazing. the flight makes the column ballance. surreal. what a strong metaphore. voted.
Chris08-Jan-2006 06:47
Amazing shot. Very spiritual. V,
Luc VN20-Dec-2005 10:46
Very good choice of B&W
Nice composition and light.
Guest 20-Dec-2005 10:14
Flight is ace! love the use of black and white, nice and contrasty :-)
jude15-Dec-2005 14:30
They seem to have diverted original flight plans to avoid his statue out of respect.
But the beauty of this image is - of course - the composition. Wonderful - in the true sense. To be full of wonder at capturing the perfect moment.
Gilles Navet15-Dec-2005 13:55
"Imagination au pouvoir"
La force est avec toi mon ami (c'est mieux comme ça)
Gilles Navet15-Dec-2005 13:54
"Imagination au pouvoir"
La forec est avec toi mon ami
Guest 15-Dec-2005 04:45
"Flight" is an amazing photo! The camera tilt elevates it to a higher level, and the high contrast treatment is perfect. Very strong. Vote.
Guest 15-Dec-2005 01:47
Ana would be proud of the tilt and whirl :) As eerie as a Hitchcock flick.Way wicked graphic contrast of the coo babies encircling the maypole.Excellent !
chris15-Dec-2005 01:05
Outstanding and dynamic image.
Steve H14-Dec-2005 21:21
Fantastic image - tell me it didn't only take one shot to get that arrangement of birds....
Chuck Inglefield14-Dec-2005 20:30
excellent image!!! really fantastic...your composition is so dynamic and the exposure is perfect. Great photo
Dan Chusid14-Dec-2005 20:28
Ahhh...looks like they're getting ready for a strafing run.
dazedgonebye14-Dec-2005 20:27
Perfect that you caught the birds all around Nelson, but not obscuring him.
Something that should certainly never be done.
Craig Persel14-Dec-2005 19:51
Excellent. Love the tilt which gives it the right amount of tension.