Gull Times

Archive for April, 2018

Pillow fight


Smash


Scituate Light


Spring Has Arrived


Together

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.


Strongest

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


Stronger

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


Strong

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.


Home


Charlotte’s Day


April Showers


Inspectors

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


Rocky ground


Destruction

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


Inspection


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.


Splash


Damage Done

The Nor’easters took a toll on the beach