This is a straight forward monochrome photographic print, of a young Grey Seal. There is another post (22 August 2009) on this blog that shows an experimental print of the same seal. The place where these seals come ashore year-after-year to give birth to their young is a beach/piece of land that the RAF use as a bombing range. The noise does not seem to bother them at all. The tide goes out for miles on this part of the Lincolnshire coast. Volunteers from the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust and staff from RAF Donna Nook keep a close eye on the seals during the autumn and early winter birthing season.
Donna Nook, Lincolnshire, England.
From no specific project as such, 2005.
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