Sunday, 12 September 2010

Watching and Waiting.

Black-headed Gull.

17 comments:

  1. Lovely image of a Black Headed gull nicely composed

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  2. That's a beauty! We get those kind of gulls in CT and I've tried to find them a couple of times but no luck yet.

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  3. I don't think I've ever seen a black headed gull. Nice shot Frank. Hope all is well with you. Carol

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  4. Beautiful shot, Frank. Beauty is where you find it, isn't it?

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  5. Such a mellow looking gull! A beautiful shot.

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  6. Hi Frank...Question...why is it that it is called the Black headed gull when it appears to not be??
    Real nice photo though ..such pretty colored fellow!!
    Hope your hanging in there!!

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  7. Cool, calm and posing perfectly Frank. Great looking chap~

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  8. I love the Black-headed Gull, and is it a fabulous picture.

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  9. Those orange legs and bill really pop! Nice shot Frank.

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  10. Very nice. Gulls seem to have loafing down to a fine science.

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  11. Love the pose,Fab shot Frank.
    John

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  12. That's a great shot, a perfect moment!

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  13. A brilliant photo Frank. Your postings never disappoint!

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  14. So qute, this little gull....does she wait for someone..?

    Very Artful shot, Frank...!

    ciao ciao elvira

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  15. I've never seen a Black-headed Gull before. Very nice capture! Great composition also. Wonderful!

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  16. Thanks for all the complimentary comments on the Black-headed Gull.

    In response to Grammie's question: This gull was in non-breeding plumage and not sporting its chocolate-brown cap which from a distance looks black but isn't!

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