Wednesday, May 28, 2008

ABC Wednesdays - S for seagulls

Seagulls at sunrise on the seashore. I took this photo early one morning last summer at Glenelg beach.

I had one of those days today; I had been planning another S post, intending to use a slide I had taken a few years back. After spending some time locating it, I found out the transparency function on my scanner was not working. I tried other methods but could not get a copy I was happy with - maybe next round of ABC Wednesdays!

To find out more about ABC Wednesdays and see links to other participants' sites go to mrs nesbitts place

15 comments:

Picturing of Life said...

wow...lots of seagulls....

Mine in here Thanks

babooshka said...

I am surrounded by seagulls, have loads of pics of them, and didn't think to use them . Doh! It's a beautiful scene. The light is fantastic.

Donna said...

I can hear them chattering away! Peaceful picture!!hughugs

RuneE said...

I like seagulls very much. A very underestimated bird.

Ida said...

This will do! :)
Beautiful shot Gordon!

John said...

Great shot, Gordon!

Andrée said...

I love photos like this. The blue of your photo is so soothing and pretty to look at. And there are so many fascinating details to look at.

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Andrea said...

Several seagulls at that. Great shot. I would love to be wading in that water.

Miss_Yves said...

Splendid light!
Lots of "s" in the title!
Miss Yves

Neva said...

Hi Gordan! The seagulls look happy to be where they are! Good shot!
My S is here
And here

alicesg said...

Very lovely photo of the seagulls. I bet there must be a lot of fishes there for seagulls.

Ackworth Born said...

what a congregation of seagulls you have here.

The D in D & T said...

Beautiful photograph, the color of the light is gorgeous.

It's Time to Live... said...

I jogged the beach at Glenelg back in 1980. With a gentelman named Marc Scragg, his wife is Betty. If there is any chance you could look up their mailing address, I would love to have it. They may not both still be alive. They also have a son named Peter Scragg. Your image of the jetty made me homesick I would love to return. Love Australia.

It's Time to Live... said...

My email
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