A Photographer named Xavi Bou from Barcelona spent 5 years to capture the birds and how their flight traces would look if there were any.
Nature never ceases to surprise the residents of the planet earth. Just mere observations can reveal a lot about, how this world functions. If you just look close enough, you'll get the answers you're seeking.
Xavi Bou is one of those curious people who will spend a good deal of their time to chase answers. He spent 5 years chasing birds and their traces and Boy! Are the results impressive?
Looks like a bird leaves traces like a jet. European herring gulls fly over seagulls leaving straight traces like a jet plane.
Singular bird traces look beautiful from a photogenic point of view but adding just enough amount bird traces together, it becomes a scene where a science experiment has gone horribly wrong.
The contours made from the wings of the bird during the flight looks like a DNA structure.
The spiral and cyclone-ish flight trace in this picture can be considered as the perfect combination of the beauty and scary.
Even though it looks like one of those storm chasers episode but it certainly is not. It is the flight traces of a huge flock of birds that creates this scary ensemble.
With a breathtaking backdrop of the skógafoss waterfall the northern fulmars appear to be engineering a track for monorails.
Near the fishing village of Roses, Spain, seagulls form a dreamy scenario as they chase a boat for scraps.
A colony of arctic terns flees from its nesting ground in Iceland.
An arctic tern creates an unusual form as it flies against the wind at Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon in Iceland.
A group of bird flies away from a tree at Spain’s Laguna de Gallocanta salt marsh.
In spring and summer thousands of fulmars and Atlantic puffins nest on Iceland’s rocky cliffs, including this basalt sea stack at Reynisdrangar.
At the Utxesa reservoir in Spain, red-billed choughs reveal the flock’s circular flight patterns.
Two fulmars fly parallel to the Icelandic coast on a typical foggy day.
A flock of Eurasian jackdaws soars above Valderrobres, Spain.
A herring gull flaps across a lagoon on the outskirts of Reykjavík, Iceland.
Two black-winged stilt take off from a calm bay north of Spain’s Ebro River Delta.
Greater flamingos take to the sky above Spain’s Ebro River Delta, an important breeding ground for the birds.
Northern lapwings fly over fields in Catalonia, in Spain, where the birds visit every winter.
Common starlings take flight from a power line by Spain’s Utxesa reservoir.
Yellow-legged gulls and white storks tend to share space in Mediterranean landfills, like this one near Castelló d’Empúries, Spain.
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