I have a thing about seagulls, not that you'd realise, I've only put up three of them in a little over two years. I think the problem, well, the reason I've put up so few, is that I have this idea that there's a definitive seagull shot – the seagull shot to end all seagull shots. And as usual, this isn't it, but I do quite like it. Oh, and unusually, this is cropped to 2474x1649px, which is way over the top by my standards, but I had the 50mm lens on the camera at the time and couldn't get any closer.

Oh, and on a totally unrelated matter: what's the difference between being inspired and simply copying something?

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shutter speed
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4.25pm on 7/9/05
Canon 20D
EF 50mm f/1.8 II
f/4.5
1/1000
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+0.0
evaluative
100
580EX
RAW
C1 Pro
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