Dungloe, Co. Donegal
Uma bela fotografia.Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
That are a lot of gulls Bill.
Bien temprano abandonan el nido para saciar su apetito. Saben que los despojo lo arrojan al agua.Besos
Seagulls are very clever. They are smarter than most people give them credit for.
Hello, the sky and gulls are lovely. Beautiful capture! Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy weekend!
...soon it will be dinner time.
I have counted 109 sea gulls. How many can you count in the photo?God bless.
Down Right Mesmerizing
Gulls, they never miss an opportunity!
They know where the goodies are.
soon will be lunch
Hi Bill.They know exactly when it comes.Nice picture.Greeting from Patricia.
Looking for breakfast are they Bill 😊
How wonderful that men have contributed to the cycles of nature!
OMG Bill!This photo is so beautiful that it is almost spiritual!
You don’t have to call the gulls twice to their dinner.
That's such a great picture. The birds always wait around if they know food is going to be showing up.
Looks like the weather could go either way, rain or sunshine!Beautiful picture.
They know the time---little bird watches synchronized.MB
Our gulls have finally disappeared. But gulls are the same all over . they know how to wait for a good meal.
Waiting for breakfast! Nice sky there Bill.
It is very windy here today and the gulls are having a fine time soaring above the city.
Gorgeous sky. The processing plant looks huge! Enjoy your weekend.
That's a lovely photograph.Birds/Gulls know when there's food around!All the best Jan
I don't know, maybe the birds are there just to enjoy the sunset. :-)
Hopefully they get some goodies.
We still have fish processing plants in BC. Many are now associated with fish farms, not very popular here. You can always tell if a fishing boat is coming home with a halo of white gulls swarming around. - Margy
Isn't that lovely? Happy Saturday Bill
Pleasant skywatch and the plant looks big enough to progress with fish storing.
Ever ready are sea gulls.
Oh yes, they know where to cadge their next easy meal!