Jane Dougherty Writes
Reusing this lovely image.
On that empty shore
where glassy waves ever break
gulls call, I answer.
Raising white wings I follow
with a backward glance for you.
2 days, 6 hours ago
Blood red sky of dreams
drips into a purple sea
so far, too far you went
for snow white wings to bear me
to the place where our world ends.
3 days, 11 hours ago
Birds are not infrequent in mortuary environments, and they are also sometimes featured as symbols of mourning and spiritual ascent on gravestones as discussed… 465 more words
4 days, 6 hours ago
Richard Tommy Campion - Photographer
Sun bird, but it’s really a common garden variety gull out for an early morning fly across the ocean in Main Beach. Hey, ho, go gull. Go the sun. Queensland, Australia.
1 week, 1 day ago
Welcome back to my Iceland series – please check out the first post here!
After catching up on some much-needed sleep, we set out for an excursion the next morning–horseback riding over lava fields near Reykjavik. 1,105 more words
Nature Knows Best
Ha ha !!! Either this gull has eaten his stolen chip and is so happy that he has burst into song, or he’s been careless enough to open his beak and drop his chip !! 11 more words
Even this gull looks wonderful in this early morning picture I snapped at Main Beach on the Gold Coast. So let’s have some admiration for the pesky little bastard. Go the gull. Queensland, Australia.