A Gooney Bird Fly By

SpenceSpence Registered Users Posts: 105 Major grins
edited April 25, 2016 in Wildlife
Greetings All
Here is a shot of a Albatross or "Gooney Bird" flying by. That wing-span you see is close to 8 feet long and those wings allow the Gooney's to glide for hundreds of miles when they are at sea. Amazing Birds!!
Hope you enjoy
Spence
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  • Tony BrittonTony Britton Registered Users Posts: 345 Major grins
    edited April 23, 2016
    Wonderful shot of this amazing bird. Love the sunlight on the face!

    Tony
  • SpenceSpence Registered Users Posts: 105 Major grins
    edited April 23, 2016
    Wonderful shot of this amazing bird. Love the sunlight on the face!

    Tony

    Thank You Tony
  • StumblebumStumblebum Registered Users Posts: 8,480 Major grins
    edited April 24, 2016
    Nice shot!
  • SpenceSpence Registered Users Posts: 105 Major grins
    edited April 24, 2016
    Thanks Taz
  • denisegoldbergdenisegoldberg Administrators Posts: 14,200 moderator
    edited April 25, 2016
    You might want to correct the link to your site in the first post of this thread - as it currently shows it is missing a letter and takes the viewer to a "page not found".

    To avoid this problem in the future, why not add your site URL to your signature here. That way it will always be available. Click the clipboard link in the navbar above, then Edit Signature. Begin your link with http:// to make it clickable.

    --- Denise
  • fool4thecityfool4thecity Registered Users Posts: 632 Major grins
    edited April 25, 2016
    Very cool bird, for sure.
  • SpenceSpence Registered Users Posts: 105 Major grins
    edited April 25, 2016
    You might want to correct the link to your site in the first post of this thread - as it currently shows it is missing a letter and takes the viewer to a "page not found".

    To avoid this problem in the future, why not add your site URL to your signature here. That way it will always be available. Click the clipboard link in the navbar above, then Edit Signature. Begin your link with http:// to make it clickable.

    --- Denise

    Thanks for the tip Denise and the sharp eye. Learning more every day
    Spence
  • denisegoldbergdenisegoldberg Administrators Posts: 14,200 moderator
    edited April 25, 2016
    Spence wrote: »
    Thanks for the tip Denise and the sharp eye. Learning more every day
    Spence
    I'm glad I was able to help.

    --- Denise
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