Carlos Santero Barcelona/Spain

Carlos Santero Photography


Ebro Delta Birds

Two days in the Ebro Delta

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Ebro Delta Landscape

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Run Forrest run

Starting flamingo at the ebro delta!

Fishermans Silence

I realized this picture in the Ebro Delta During the sunset To achieve this exposure I used Kase Filters

Sunken Boat

Sunset at Ebro Delta. In the focus you can see a sunken, weathered boat. To achieve this exposure I used Kase Filters

Blue Hour

Location: Ebro Delta The swampy Ebro delta is located at the mouth of the river Ebro into the Mediterranean Sea in the south of the autonomous region of Catalonia in northeastern Spain. I realized this picture in the Ebro Delta During the sunset To achieve this exposure I used Kase Filters

Somewhere in the Delta

Location: Ebro Delta The swampy Ebro delta is located at the mouth of the river Ebro into the Mediterranean Sea in the south of the autonomous region of Catalonia in northeastern Spain. I realized this picture in the Ebro Delta During the sunset To achieve this exposure I used Kase Filters

Time goes by

Location: Ebro Delta The swampy Ebro delta is located at the mouth of the river Ebro into the Mediterranean Sea in the south of the autonomous region of Catalonia in northeastern Spain. I realized this picture in the Ebro Delta After the sunset To achieve this exposure I used Kase Filters

The Rise of thhe Flamingos

I shot this picture in the wonderful Ebro Delta. I decided to take this picture just before sunset, to get best colors on the flamingos with the flat sunlight. 3 hours of waiting time have paid off.

Walk like an Angel

Location: Ebro Delta The stone-worm (Arenaria interpres) is a bird species from the family of snipe-birds (Scolopacidae). The Ruddy Turnstone owes its name to its special way of searching for food by turning stones and shells on the beach. Der Steinwälzer (Arenaria interpres) ist eine Vogelart aus der Familie der Schnepfenvögel (Scolopacidae). Der Steinwälzer verdankt seinen Namen seiner speziellen Art der Nahrungssuche, bei der er am Strand Steine und Muscheln umdreht. El Vuelvepiedras común (Arenaria interpres) es una especie de ave de la familia de las Scolopacidaes. El Vuelvepiedras común debe su nombre a su forma especial de buscar comida al voltear piedras y conchas en la playa.


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