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Wildlife photography trip in Valencia, Spain

Updated: Feb 26, 2023

Wildlife photography is an art that requires patience, skill, and a keen eye for detail. Photographing birds in their natural habitat is a thrilling and rewarding experience that many photographers dream of. Recently, a group of wildlife photographers set out on a trip to Valencia, Spain, to photograph birds. The trip was filled with excitement and beautiful moments that the photographers will cherish forever.

On day one, the group arrived in Valencia, had dinner, and retired to their rooms for a much-needed rest. The next morning, the group was divided into two teams. The first team was tasked with photographing the Bonelli's Eagle, while the second team set out to capture images of the Golden Eagle. The photographers woke up early, eager to start their day, and were rewarded with perfect morning light. The Bonelli's Eagle appeared early, and the first team was able to capture stunning photographs of the bird in flight.

Later that day, the two teams reunited at the hotel to discuss their photographic experiences. They shared stories and images of the beautiful birds they had photographed, and the excitement in the room was palpable.

The next day, both teams went to photograph passerine birds. Again, the day was filled with beautiful light, close encounters with birds, and perfect backgrounds for stunning photos.

The third day was another success, the teams switched, the team that had photographed the Bonelli's Eagle on day one went to capture images of the Golden Eagle, and the team that photographed Golden eagle on day one went to photograph Bonelli’s eagle. On this day, both teams captured incredible images.

As the trip came to an end, everyone felt grateful for the opportunity to photograph these beautiful creatures in their natural habitat. The photographers packed up their equipment and flew back to their home destinations, all with smiles on their faces and memories that will last a lifetime.

Valencia wildlife photography trip was a tremendous success. The photographers had the opportunity to photograph two magnificent species of birds, the Bonelli's Eagle and the Golden Eagle, as well as passerine birds. The perfect lighting and beautiful backgrounds made for stunning photos that the group will treasure forever.

Wildlife photography trips like this remind us of the beauty and importance of preserving our natural world, and inspire us to continue capturing these stunning creatures on camera.

One the last day the photographers took a picture with the guide holding the flags of Albania and Kosova including some other traditional symbols. Albania and Kosova may be two different countries, but they are populated by the same nation of people. We wanted our visit to also be a symbol of good friendship between Spain, Albania and Kosova. By doing so, we found the opportunity to convey the message of unification to the legislators of the state of Spain, which in time we hope to evaluate the efforts of the Albanian people of the state of Kosova for the recognition of their independence.

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