Stunning image of pelican taking off from icy lake takes victory in Bird Photographer of the Year awards

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A PELICAN attempts to take off from an icy lake in an award-winning pic by a British photographer. Caron Steele, of Worcestershire, rose to the top of the flock for her image of a Dalmatian pelican in Greece. It was voted best portrait in the Bird Photographer of the Year awards. Her snap is one […]
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