Marie Louise Lake, Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada -------

Making a picture of a Gull is not too difficult, they are usually anywhere near a big body of water. It has to be something special involved, like a great natural light situation or a story telling aspect that can make a photo of an ordinary bird, like a gull, standing out from the rest. This Herring Gull was interestingly enough the only gull we saw during one of our kayak tours on Marie Louise Lake in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada. It just had caught a fish and was still messing with it as we drifted towards the shore with our boats. Usually a gull takes off and flies away if you get too close but this one didn’t want to give up the fish at all costs.

It is the low perspective that makes these shots special for me and the pictures from this incident tell the story.

All images: Nikon D750, Sigma 150-600mm / f5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sports Lens