Bass Rock is an imposing rocky island rising over 100m sheer from the Firth of Forth, Scotland. During the nesting season it is estimated to host about 150,000 migrating northern gannets brooding in close proximity to the cliffs.
This gannet was slowing down in flight in order to negotiate a safe landing on a cliff face nesting site.
This image was a runner up in the BBC Countryfile Calendar Competition in 2016, appearing on the July page that year.
Catalogue No: 1493
Edition Size: Open
Media: Fotospeed Natural Soft Textured 315gsm
Frame Shown: Tribeca L2434
Print Size (mm):
A1 (841 x 594)
A2 (594 x 420)
A3 (420 x 297)
Approximate External dimensions (mm):
A1 (1081 x 834)
A2 (834 x 660)
A3 (660 x 537)
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