Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Photo: Gulls at the Pond

There are a few ponds on the slopes of Little Mountain at Queen Elizabeth Park, ponds where the local duck and seagull population congregate in the hope that some human will not notice the signs and throw them some morsels. With the height of the sun in the sky, and the seagulls' proclivity to stay where they were, it's one of the few times I've seen standing birds casting a shadow. Minor thing, I know, but something I never really picked up on before.

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