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José Mª Alvarez Soli… on May 2, 2009

** RennwegRamses** Hello friend, thank you very much for visiting my gallery and comment, I am glad you like it.

Regards from Spain. José Mª

GALA16 on January 6, 2010

Good photo!!!

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on January 6, 2010

Gala thank you very much, this photograph while still in active, working engineer officer on a fishing boat, each of these boats had hundreds of seabirds around and so close they could almost touch the hands, because His only concern was going out to fish outside the mesh network.

Warm regards, Josè Mª

fil. "no views " on November 18, 2010

Superbe. L. Fil.

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on November 18, 2010

Thank you very much Fil, when I worked, for about every fishing boat, at times to lift the nets, thousands seabirds were concentrated to eat the fish that escaped through the meshes of the rig and this is one of those occasions.

Warm regards, José Mª

javad aleali on July 5, 2011

Wonderful photo

like

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on July 5, 2011

Hello javad Ale ali, thank you very much, glad you like, this and other photos of realized from a fishing boat where he worked.

Greetings from Spain. José Mª

peargrin on September 19, 2011

Extraordinary capture! It's as if you are flying with them! Congrats! Cheers,near

Itallica on September 19, 2011

Impressive photo!

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on September 19, 2011

Hello Near, thank you very much glad you like, which many see as close to sea birds and is often seen around each of the fishing vessels fishing in Namibian waters, each time the network goes board, then come to eat the fish that escape the meshes of the network.

Greetings from Spain. José Mª

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on September 19, 2011

Thank you very much Itallica, glad you like, as you can read in the previous comment I made this photograph during my working life aboard a fishing boat.

Regards from Spain. José Mª

Itallica on September 19, 2011

Jose I keep coming back to this photo. Glad you have some shots from your Namibia fishing days. Pear said it best: "it's as if you are flying with them?"

Added to my favourite photos.

Kind regards, tery

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on September 19, 2011

Hello Tery, thank you very much because as I say there are so many boobies and near the boat, pending only fish that can almost grab them with your hands.

Kind regards, José Mª

Adelante on September 23, 2011

It's FANTASTIC!!

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on September 23, 2011

Thank you very much Adelante, glad you like it, I see you like birds and you have a lot in your gallery.

Greetings from Spain. José Mª

wolfanga on November 17, 2011

increible!!! de documental. Me gusta. saludos

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on November 17, 2011

Muchas gracias wolfanga, me alegro que te guste, esta escena es muy habitual durante las faenas de pesca en los barcos que trabajan en las costas de Sudáfrica o Namibia.

Saludos, José Mª

Alfredo Henriques on March 31, 2012

Olá José Maria apesar de não serem as aves preferidas

Veja >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Os pássaros

Saudações desde Lisboa, Alfredo

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on March 31, 2012

Olá Alfredo, muito obrigado pelo link para o vídeo, aves marinhas, embora às vezes quase invisível no mar, estão sempre lá quando eu estava trabalhando a bordo dos navios, muitas vezes o mar estava calmo, quase como um e espelho vi algumas gaivotas apenas esporadicamente, mas quando começamos a subir o cordame a bordo, gaivotas começaram a chegar de todos os lados.

Atenciosamente, José Mª

Elisabeth Zagorowski on July 31, 2012

Swietne! Like. Wielkie dzieki za mile i ciekawe komentarze. Pozdrawiam serdecznie. Elka

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José Mª Alvarez Soliño
San Amaro, Ourense, España

Photo details

  • Uploaded on June 6, 2008
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    by José Mª Alvarez Soli…
    • Camera: Hewlett-Packard HP PhotoSmart C935 (V03.67)
    • Taken on 2004/08/26 12:22:16
    • Exposure: 0.003s
    • Focal Length: 17.70mm
    • F/Stop: f/7.400
    • ISO Speed: ISO139
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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