Gull Times

Daily images from Nantasket Beach in Hull MA
Night
He was probably thinking how beautiful it would reflect in the Atlantic
I've come to love seagulls. If you spend enough time being still, being part of the beach, you'll become part of their flock. They are resourceful, graceful, strong, brave, and an important part of the Eco-chain that keeps the seaside cycle of life in balance. 

They are also incredibly fragile. If they break a wing, they will not survive. They will either become part of the food chain or be euthanized. Please teach your children to behave as good guests at the seaside. Don't let them hurl rocks at or chase or shoot water guns at the gulls.  Teach your children to be respectful and don't let them engage in destruction for destruction sake. 

We can all enjoy a day at the beach together without injuring or killing the gulls.
On its way back home
August sunset
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Morning gull
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Night

God said, let there be light

He was probably thinking how beautiful it would reflect in the Atlantic

He was probably thinking how beautiful it would reflect in the Atlantic

A word about seagulls

I've come to love seagulls. If you spend enough time being still, being part of the beach, you'll become part of their flock. They are resourceful, graceful, strong, brave, and an important part of the Eco-chain that keeps the seaside cycle of life in balance.  They are also incredibly fragile. If they break a wing, they will not survive. They will either become part of the food chain or be euthanized. Please teach your children to behave as good guests at the seaside. Don't let them hurl rocks at or chase or shoot water guns at the gulls.  Teach your children to be respectful and don't let them engage in destruction for destruction sake.  We can all enjoy a day at the beach together without injuring or killing the gulls.

I’ve come to love seagulls. If you spend enough time being still, being part of the beach, you’ll become part of their flock. They are resourceful, graceful, strong, brave, and an important part of the Eco-chain that keeps the seaside cycle of life in balance.
They are also incredibly fragile. If they break a wing, they will not survive. They will either become part of the food chain or be euthanized. Please teach your children to behave as good guests at the seaside. Don’t let them hurl rocks at or chase or shoot water guns at the gulls. Teach your children to be respectful and don’t let them engage in destruction for destruction sake.
We can all enjoy a day at the beach together without injuring or killing the gulls.

The editor

The editor

August Sunset

August sunset

Sea leaf

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Morning gull

Morning gull

Random, hot Friday night

Random, hot, Friday night