From the Archives – Atlantic Puffin
Week 2 of the dive through the archives will stay in Iceland. Though not the national bird of Iceland (the Gyrfalcon takes that honor), the Atlantic Puffin (Fratercula arctica) is the most recognizable of Iceland’s birds.
This image was made on my first visit to the bird cliffs at Látrabjarg. At the time it may have been the funnest three hours of shooting I have ever experienced. This image was made early in the rolls. More from that shoot will likely make it onto the site as the months roll by. Camera was the Canon Elan 7e. Lens is not for certain, though my guess is that it was my EF 75-300mm f4-5.6.