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Erik van den Ham on December 9, 2010


BeWeging= (Dutch) Movement

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NICE Capture! What type are those guys? I like your "Be" series btw! Have a nice day! GG

Erik van den Ham on December 9, 2010

Great Black Cormorants (Phalacrocorax carbo)they are. Was so lucky to freeze the moment when he was hopping to another pole.

Thanks, Erik

Closed on December 9, 2010

Yes, you were! Really very well done! Thanks for the info! Yours certainly are handsome examples of them! Have a fantastic morning and a great day! Off to bed now,(insomniac) GG :)

© BraCom (Bram) on December 9, 2010

mooie foto, goed moment

Gr, Bram

bdeh on December 9, 2010

Prachtige opname van deze Aalscholver die op het paaltje BeLand Erik. Groeten Berend

Erik van den Ham on December 9, 2010

Dank je Bram met een beetje geluk uiteraard.

Ja zag hem aanstalten maken Berend om te gaan springen dus snel de camera gefocust en op het juiste moment geklikt. BeDankt!

Groeten, Erik

els f on December 9, 2010

paaldanser? grappig moment, Erik! like en de groetjes! Els

Peter Dubél on December 9, 2010

Heel mooi Erik wat heb je mooi scherp gesteld op de vliegende Aalscholver like……erik ik heb een foto uit Nijesleek geplaatst.


Isaie D on December 10, 2010

Grappige foto Erik, leuk moment.

Groetjes, Dani

someGuyinmasset on December 10, 2010

Cute, they're having a game of hopscotch, or is it leapfrog?

Hey GG, you're Canadian now so you call cormorants 'shags', just be careful how you mention them to British people.

Erik van den Ham on December 10, 2010

Ha Els zo had ik het nog niet bekeken maar daar komt het wel op neer wat paaldansen. THX 4 the Like!

Nou vliegen was het niet Peter hij was het paalzitten zat en sprong over naar de volgende paal. Zal even een blik werpen op jou Nijensleek!

Dank je Dani dat was het zeker.

Most likely Leapfrog (Haasjeover, it's called in Dutch:Translated that would be: Hare over )

Hmm fancy a Cormorant?I just found out Shags & Cormorants are distinct birds Guy. And let me help remind you never to suggest to a Dutch girl or woman to give her a 'Bird' as it sounds like the Dutch word 'Beurt'. You are than suggesting to shag her!

Groeten, Greetings, Erik

someGuyinmasset on December 12, 2010

Good advice, Eric, and some for you: never flip someone the bird (show a single but meaningful digit) over here unless you want trouble. On the other hand when meeting a lady the polite thing to do is to extend your index finger towards her and say: "Pull my finger."

vladanscekic- NO Vie… on December 16, 2010

Very good shot!



Alireza Javaheri on March 12, 2011

An amazing photography and very good composition. * L I K E * Greetings from Iran - A-J

Cinthia Ruiz Báez on March 25, 2011

Nice capture!!! and voted greetings from Paraguay

Erik van den Ham on March 25, 2011

Lol Guy your busy making an april fool of myself!

Thanks Vladan for your visit and Like

Hello Alireza thanks for the compliments.

Hello Tintisol thanks for your appreciation and kind words.

Best wihes from the Netherlands, Erik

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