I just bought that book Jonathan Livingston Seagull :D What a stunning picture! I hope you are well.
Catherine,imagine, somebody gave the book to me in Italian,back when I was barely twenty. Now I wonder if it was meant as a message. ;-)
I've just been catching up with your recent posts and enjoying the time looking at your beautiful images of Vienna and Venice. Thank you.
What an amazing photo!!How did you catch that action?I'm blown away...mercicarolg
Linda P,thank you! :-)Paris Breakfasts:Carol, that bird carried a hidden transmitter which tripped my shutter release button. ;-I (I am not a hundred percent sure, but if my memory does not play me a trick, this is the verdigris copper roof of the outh..... Oh well, maybe not! ;-)
I remember that book so well. It was a sweet little story.
Wow! What a great photo. Love the colourway.
Loree,yes, it was! :-)Andre Veloux,merci! :-)
That book had such an impact on me in my 20s and I read again last year ... love it. Good old Richard Bach."Illusions" was great too!Wonderful little post Merisi!
looks like a postcard...just lovely!
What an extraordinary shot!
A fine capture!
I know seagulls have a bad reputation with some people, but I adore them and all the associations they carry of sea-scapes. Stunning picture!
Ah! Black-headed Gulls (Lachmöwen) in winter plumage.
I. Love. It!Paz
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