The beginning of the spring: Cormorants nesting — El comienzo de la primavera: Cormoranes haciendo sus nidos (En/Es) (7 photos)



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Yesterday was the September equinox, which marks the beginning of the spring or autumn in the southern or northern hemispheres, respectively.
At the end of winter and being of spring the majority of birds start nesting. The images that I share in this post show a group of cormorants building their nests on the branches of the trees.

El día de ayer ocurrió el equinoccio de septiembre, evento que marca el inicio de la primavera o otoño en el hemisferio sur o norte, respectivamente.
A finales del invierno y principios de la primavera las aves realizan sus nidos. En las imágenes que muestro se ven un grupo de cormoranes haciendo sus nidos en los árboles.

These photos were taken one month ago at Antofagasta (Chile). At that moment I was walking and heard a lot of noise coming from some trees. I looked at that direction and I saw this group of sea birds making their nests.

Estas fueron tomadas hace como un mes en Antofagasta, para ese entonces estaba caminando y siento una algarabía, desvío la mirada hacia el ruido y veo un gran número de estas aves marinas haciendo nidos en las ramas de los árboles.

It was not easy to take these photos. I used the camera of my cell phone a Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and primarily the lens of 10x, which is equivalent of a focal length of 233mm in a full frame sensor format (35mm). In spite of these “technical difficulties” the images captured a key moment of the spring.

No fue fácil tomar estas fotografías, para ello usé la cámara de un Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra y principalmente el lente de 10x, que equivale a una distancia focal de 233mm en el formato de sensor completo de 35 mm. A pesar de estas “dificultades técnicas” las imágenes captan un momento clave de la primavera.

Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope that you enjoyed the post.

Gracias por pasearse por mi blog y espero que el post haya sido de su agrado.


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Estupendas fotos de la actividad de hacer nido de tales aves en esos extraños árboles, con unos atractivos encuadres, donde la presentación del ave resalta con ese fondo celeste. Saludos, @nenio.

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