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Sunday, February 17, 2013

Sunlit Sunday - Random Seagulls

Seagulls are one of my favorite subjects - they constantly amuse and delight me.  Their feathers are spectacular.  Today I thought we'd view some of my random Seagulls - ones that never made it into a specific blog post - just Seagulls to enjoy.

Cleared for landing!

Taking off into the wind .  .  .

And yet they never land on top of each other.  .  .

Fairies dancing in the water behind the Seagull.  .  .

Balancing act.  .  .


What do you have planned for the weekend?  I think we'll head out and find more seagulls.


My Little Home and Garden said...

Hello, JoAnn

I hadn't really thought of seagulls having so many different wing positions. You've captured the birds so beautifully; I can almost hear their distinctive call.

The landscape behind the gulls looks rather wonderful as well!

Thank you for bringing your feathered friends to "Sunlit Sunday".


Pondside said...

I really like the shot of the two gulls taking off in tandem - like a aerial team!

Faye said...

Grand photos--so powerful and full of movement. I could not even begin to choose a favorite.

Lavender Cottage said...

Great captures of the seagulls, they are entertaining even at our inland lake.

Debra @ Homespun said...

I love these...especially the fourth one down..they are synchronized! :)

Ruth Kelly said...

I was fascinated at how many different stages of flight and landing that you caught with your camera. I lived in Anchorage in the 70s.

David Oliver said...

Those are some beautiful photos

Infuse With Liz said...

You have some cute shots of them! We have them here too but we aren't by the ocean. They are a hearty bird.

Anonymous said...

Beautifull birds.

Lili said...

Gosh picture #7 looks like it was taken here. Aren't the gulls so much fun to watch!