settling seagulls

final rays


resting gulls

Sunset at Ricketts Point earlier this week seemed to be pacifying the resident seagulls into settling down for the evening. Whatever is in the air has a filtering effect on the last moments of daylight now Autumn is arriving. The evenings have been fairly ordinary  and suddenly since eight days ago spectacular  performances are again put on for waiting photographers.

19 thoughts on “settling seagulls

  1. Interesting lighting you’ve captured, Denis. It almost looks unreal. Loved the sun’s stream of golden reflection in the first photo. ❤


        1. Now I understand your memories Joyce. The shrine is a breeding ground and they hang out in large numbers and therefore deposit lots of body waste on the ground and everywhere else. This is what you smell, not the lovely little birds. In Melbourne the equivalent is an island down near the heads so people don’t smell it unless they got our there . So have pleasant memories of the birds Joyce and bad memories of their S…

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