Amazing photo! Some of the seabirds are unmistakably Gannets (Morus serrator), because of the white body, partially black wings, and apricot head. They dive from 10 m (or more) above the surface.
This is just such a perfect capture of everything that makes my love of photography that much greater. Light Clarity, Movement against the strength of the stone. I can look at it for hours ... I think I will.
The pure feeling of life and being safe from the wild waves for the ones nesting on the rock above the waves.
Interesting choice to ring in the new year. Can read all kinds of things into this image. Beautiful.
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