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Category Archives: birds
Seagulls at Clover Point Related Posts:The seagullsSeagulls360° SeagullsSeagulls
A seagull at the Victoria Cruise Ship Terminal Related Posts:Victoria Cruise Ship TerminalVictoria Cruise Ship TerminalThree in a row – Victoria Cruise Ship TerminalVictoria Cruise Ship Terminal
Just a nice duck. Sometimes we need a nice picture of a nice duck… Related Posts:A duckThe garden duckBirds – a nice seagullBirds – a nice pigeon
A seagull standing watch at Point Holmes Related Posts:SeagullsSeagulls – in for a landingSeagull of the day – day 6Seagull of the day – day 13
Seagulls trying to get the best territory on a concrete piling at the old Lafarge wharf. Related Posts:Seagull of the day – day 5A flock of seagullsThe seagullsSeagulls – Miracle Beach
A black and white session with a nice seagull – alongside the Comox Estuary just off Dike Road (Comox Road) near the old Lafarge wharf. Related Posts:SeagullsBack roads OntarioComox Marina – Totem PoleSeagull of the day – day 12
A seagull sliding off of his landing pad at Point Holmes Related Posts:Cortes – a seagullSeagullsSeagullsSeagulls
Seagulls at Point Holmes I love black and white – it’s a powerful medium that is highly technical, incredibly artistic, and capable of shaping how we perceive people, the world, and moments in time that may or may not have … Continue reading
A seagull at Point Holmes If you stop to watch seagulls you’ll notice that besides being loud and somewhat bossy, they all have a unique appearance and a range of expressions that are quizzical, comical, and sometimes quite serious and … Continue reading
A seagull at Point Holmes Related Posts:SeagullsSeagullsSeagullsSeagull of the day – day 5