Monday, January 22, 2018

a lone seagull


enjoying a quiet morning down at the pier







28 comments:

  1. He is thinking, will I take the left or the right way...

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  2. It looks very desolate Bill.

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  3. Hello Bill.
    Lovely picture with the cute gull and the sea background!
    Have a lovely new week!
    Dimi...

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  4. ... waiting for you to be photographed. :)

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  5. Enjoying the peace & quiet of early morning- his friends are the noisy ones!

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  6. Great picture. Are those some kind of traps below him?

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  7. To be alone in a lovely place is a rewarding experience

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  8. Quiet moments are good for everyone.

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  9. Oh I think he's keeping watch on those 'whatever they are' down below Bill.. just let anyone try and touch them 😀

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  10. Well, with you there he's not quite as lonely as before. I'm guessing he's looking for tidbits of food to eat.

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  11. Sweet! I looks like the Gull is standing over huge colorful dice.
    MB

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  12. As soon as somebody brings food the rest of them will arrive!

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  13. Hoi Bill, hij mag dan eenzaam zijn, maar hij zit wel op een schitterend plekkie. Mooi gefotografeerd.
    groet Kees.

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  14. I wonder if that is all just left there?

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    1. The traps stay there until the fishermen take them out in their boats. Sometimes you will find them at the other end of the pier. So the tend to more around on the pier.

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  15. all you have to do is throw a french fry out and they will all show up! great shot!

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  16. Probably wondering why he didn't go to Spain for the winter with all of his friends! ;-)

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  17. Poor thing! Where are his friends?!

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  18. The lone guard! Beautiful shot!

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  19. Nice catch. So those are traps? Now I wonder what gets trapped. They don't look like our crab pots (traps).

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  20. If those things didn't have holes, it would look like a big pile of luggage!

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