Thursday, September 1, 2011

Photo: The Sign Says Rocks

I couldn't resist taking this photo for one reason - it was a seagull sitting on top of a sign with words, or rather one word. This was down at Second Beach on English Bay during a low tide, which exposed dozens of sealife-encrusted, thoroughly green rocks strewn about on the waterlogged sand. When the tide is in they'd all be invisible beneath the waves roaring in, and those rocks aren't among the things I'd like to stumble upon while treading through the surf.

Or, alternatively, it could just be read as "Seagull Rocks." Because sometimes seagulls do rock.

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