Thanks for sharing the ocean with this landlocked (and icebound) soul. I could almost smell the air!That's a lot of gulls. I'm sure a few better birders than I could identify them all.
Dude... I think those gulls were laughing at you! ;)Thanks for the virtual beach visit.
Deb,Nothing ice bound about your soul!Rurality,Those are shrieks of shock and awe ... we were talking fishing ability after all. I promised to leave them some and they calmed down.They are so GULLIBLE.
I liked the last two posts a lot. I really enjoy the somber beauty of the ocean on a chilly gray day- something I no doubt will get to see in Massachusetts next week.
I like going to the beach on forlorn days and watching the sea gull's, they always come over to be fed. Thank you for sharing these video's. I am wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas.
wow. very nice. and there sure are a lot of gulls in that last clip!i see the bay every day, but this reminded me that i have not been to the shore for a long time.
That looks downright blustery. And yes, its the sound of the birds and the waves that is always missing in the still shots of the beach. Well done.
FC,There's no place like home. Now I have the beach at my desk. This will make a nice break, when I can't actually get to the beach during daylight hour. Like at least 6 days a week during the winter. Thanks.
FC,I meant to tell you in the last post that I too, saw Miss Elaine in Publix not long ago. Now how strange is that. I also saw your cousin Rick, twice. I see Kevin every other week for lunch. He had sinus surgery yesterday. Look us up sometime when you are in town. Later,Billy
I love Florida, Oh how I wish I could go back! What type of gulls were in the videos do you know.
They are Laughing Gulls.
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