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Things That Fly


This weeks topic for Foto Finish is "Things That Fly". This photo was taken when we were out fishing in our boat last summer. While I am waiting for the fish to bite I like to take photos of birds that hang around the boat.

We haven't been out fishing for awhile now.
We are having a wet, windy and cold winter although today wasn't too bad after a very cold start. The next few days are expected to be better.
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Colleen said…
I love seagull pics! I cant see one with out thinking of the one that flew into the windsheild of the boat and freaked out mys sister. I ll have to forward this to her... hee hee.
Kate said…
Love how the blue sea is echoed by the blue grey coloring of the gull.
Barbara said…
That looks so sunny and refreshing! Great capture on the flight of the bird.
quiltzyx said…
Great shot Maree! It's nice to see the interesting angles of the wings on this one - coming in for a landing.... :D

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