Sunsets can make for wonderful images and this evening I was on the lookout having missed the incredible one the night before. As sunsets go this one was pretty but nothing spectacular so I started looking around for a subject to make it more interesting.
I liked the idea of a silhouettes so started looking around for something bold. All I need to do was look up and there it was, our local scrap metal pelican. As there was no change of him flying off I took my time and captured this image.
Photo: Robert Rath, ‘366 Days of 2012, Day 30 – Never to Fly’. 1/4000 sec at 140mm f/5.6, ISO 800