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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.

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

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

Debra at 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.

Dave said...

Those are some beautiful photos

Liz@ HomeandGardeningWithLiz 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!