I think I saw this guy the other day down at the harbor here in Boston, but he wouldn't let me get close enough to take his picture.
Nice shot! Print it and frame it.Three Rivers Daily Photo
What's a fella to do when such a regal Gull talks to you. Ya gotta do what they say. MB
Similar but quite different from ours Love the background of 'fake' fog, enhancing the portrait.
Must not be a very fun job to be a rusty post and get crapped on all day long! Handsome gull shot, Jakester!
Full belly. I wonder what's inside it. Excellent "portrait".
Mr. Gull is special indeed, what a poser!God bless you!Cezar
Gullible or not, I'm glad you took it. I can't seem to get them exposed right usually. This is perfect, and he does look different from our West Coast gulls. Very nice.About driftwood. It's a State Park, so probably you're not supposed to take the driftwood, but there's so much and it will wash out to the ocean again. I'm sure people take a few pieces. I have no space for it, and I don't know the rules.
Mr.Gull is fascinating - I love him and all his friends anf relatives!Have a beautiful Sunday:)
lovely shot of a very talky gull, and he is a handsome fellow.
This is a wonderful capture!
This fancy fellow looks like the Ring-billed Gull which we have out here also. There are several different gulls that are residents and some that are just here from Spring through Fall. Funny birds to watch. MB
Hehe:) Nice:) Beautiful photo!
LOL! Nice shot anyway! :-)
I hope you learned your lesson, Jacob. Never, NEVER believe a gull.
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