a photograph by Alazanto, Kevin Davis, our son
Taken on the Atlantic shore on June 15, 2008
Filed under Art, Photography
Tagged as Alazanto, art, Atlantic ocean, Kevin Davis, nature, photography, seagull, shining, shore, wet sand
It looks almost like it is walking on a lake of fire…! Or on the surface of the sun! And by the way, I just thought that you might enjoy this little video of another crazy seagull here, this photo immediately reminded me of this other little seagull here, I hope that you will like it:
Enjoy! What a great photo this is! 🙂
Halleluah for Sam! Not only does he get a meal, but he lets another bird share. My father, as the owner of a small grocery store, would have been frustrated. There goes a small bit of the day’s profits! And the truth was that the profits were usually a bit not a volume like in today’s awful chains. But this is great, Scriptor Obscura, great writer that you are. Just great!
This is simply breathtaking!
Thank you for giving us such joy with these pictures.
he strode across golden sands!
Nature never ceases to surprise.
he seems quite sane to me
What fantasic light!
Seems we’re both on the same bird-length today–great photo!! God bless you.
Love it – and the golden, wet beach he’s walking on!
Why is he crazy? Is that a big orange on which he is walking? 🙂
I want to dance with this seagull. Your son’s brilliant orange coloration on all but the seagull is awesome!
Gorgeous! Walking on a sea of gold ….
I think all gulls are crazy 🙂
Seagulls never doubt they are magnificient and this photo gives him a truly golden moment!
The photo of the seagull reminds me of the silver gulls here in Victoria.
The silver gulls are glorious with their grey, white and black feathers. They have brilliant scarlet beaks and red legs. They are the bossiest of birds.
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