Photographer's Note

The Látrabjarg cliffs,14 kilometres long, up to 440 metres high, are the most western point of Iceland and so on of Europe (excluding Azores). These cliffs are a paradise for sea birds. They host in particular the most important colony of puffins in the world. Also called "sea parrots" these birds are great for photography : they are very cute, they have funny attitudes and they are very easy to approach, sometimes less than one metre ! Our accodomdation was not far from these cliffs, so we've been twice there an could photograph them with a wonderful golden light. One of the greatest moment of our trip in Iceland !

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Additional Photos by Olivier THIERRY (chawax) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1355 W: 21 N: 3242] (20764)
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