Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Seagulls and Reflections/ Watery Wednesday

The boats are gone till next spring but the gulls remain

You can find more photos celebrating Watery Wednesday at http://waterywednesday.blogspot.com

 

36 comments:

see you there! said...

What clear reflections. I'll admit to my ignorance tho, what are those things the birds are on? I'm guessing something you tie boats to.

Darla

EG Wow said...

Yes, Darla. You guessed correctly! )

Leora said...

I like the threes of this composition.

RuneE said...

Highly enjoyable!!! :-)

Farmchick said...

Really nice and I like the reflection.

Small City Scenes said...

Good eye there EG. A special shot because it is 'just for the birds'. MB

Steffe said...

This is a good one.

SouthernSass said...

Great shot - the water looks so cold!

cieldequimper said...

A graphically perfect shot!

RedPat said...

Super shot! Love all the metal "frames" - especially the 1 with the bird in it.

ewok1993 said...

i find the natural framing of the bird really nice.

great job again as always.

Jacob said...

I really like this photo, EG. Very interesting and well done. What do these birds do when it gets really cold? Do they stick around or head south?

EG Wow said...

Jacob,
Some migrate south and some to McDonald's for fries. LOL If they can find food here, they'll stay.

Birdman said...

Kind of a strange one, a bit sad and mournful.

Martha Z said...

Poor gulls, with the fishermen gone they'll have to work for their supper.

eileeninmd said...

Great shot, the gulls do not seem to mind cold weather and winter.

Kim, USA said...

The seagulls never leave that place for one thing the fish. ^_^ Great capture thanks for sharing!
Watery Wednesday

Pagan Sphinx said...

I don't recall ever noticing those things you tie the boat to.

The gulls do remain, don't they? I wonder if they are intelligent as crows are.

Randy said...

I like the one coming in for a landing. Nice capture.

Ann said...

looks like they are playing musical chairs. Do they like the icy winter?

Indrani said...

Nice framing of the shot, love the elements in there.

Lesley said...

the gulls feel they are always welcome wherever they land!

Kate said...

Gulls are fairly hearty birds so I can well imagine them flying around all year. Great combination of objects in photo.

I've started to post again; that is, if I can figure out how to do it again on my new iMac!

Jama said...

Beautiful composition and I love the reflection!

J Bar said...

That's a wonderful subject.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

James said...

Did someone say reflections? :) What an excellent photo!

Dishesdone said...

Great shot! Love the seagulls and the water!

George said...

These are great reflections. I really like the composition of this picture.

Luna Miranda said...

an interesting photo. i love the patterns of the frames and the reflections.

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

Very nice composition!

Gattina said...

What a very nice picture ! I like seagulls they always remind me my holidays in England !

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Gill - That British Woman said...

I woudl think there is a good chance that the water will also be starting to freeze over now as well!!

Try and stay warm,

Gill

NatureFootstep said...

This is a very good shot. I think it has everything a great shot shall have. :)

Tricia said...

Did the gulls get mad & sink the poor boat? heheheee =)

Carletta said...

Glad Darla asked what those things are. :)
Looks cold but he gulls don't seem to mind. I'm guessing they're missing handouts though.
Nice shot!

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