Florida gull


We’re visiting my sister and her family I Sarasota this week. She hasn’t been well and I am blessed to be able to spend some time with her. This gull posed for me on the dock outside her condo. I approached him as quietly as I could, but he finally spotted me and flew away.

It has been a month since I have had time for blogging, and I’m hanging my head in shame, but I just discovered that I can post directly from my (new) iPhone. How amazing is that? Very useful since I am mucho miles from home and my computer.

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  1. great shot……and I commend you for being brave enough to use your iphone to post…..I’m afraid I would accidentally trigger a nucular bomb or something! 🙂


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