Gull Times

Archive for April, 2018

Pillow fight


Scituate Light

Spring Has Arrived


I don’t know how the one footed bird lost the foot but I have long realized how fragile our seagulls are. Today I saw how loving and protective they are.
Next time you see somebody hurl a rock at these beautiful birds, tell them about how much courage, strength, and love they possess.


The second seagull chased off the swooping bird and took a protective stance in front of the one footed bird.


A second seagull had been waiting near the one footed bird. The second seagull sprung into action when a third bird swooped in.


This isn’t an optical illusion. The seagul is missing its left foot. I felt horrible when I saw the bird than something extraordinary happened.


Charlotte’s Day

April Showers


I went to take pictures at the Gut and these two ducks followed me around.

Rocky ground


Erosion, storm damage, climate change, call it whatever you want; Nantasket Beach suffered this winter and my heart is broken


Sun spent

I’ve been struggling the last few weeks trying to get everything done. The Gull Times was neglected for a couple of weeks. I’m going to make up for that.


Damage Done

The Nor’easters took a toll on the beach