Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Sea Gulls


He who perches high up can see far and wide. These two sea gulls and a lot more make it a habit of perching on the light bulbs. Then they swoop down to snatch the delicious morsel left behond by beach goers.

My kind of Chinese have a saying that our deceased ancestors sit (buried) high up the mountains, they can view far and wide, and will help us avoid disasters and they also see opportunities. So it is very important to choose a good spot for their final resting place.

This is for you Gordon in Adelaide. May be up there, the sea gulls can see across the Tasman sea and see what goodies you have for them.


EG CameraGirl said...

Gulls do seem to like high spots to get the best view!

storyteller said...

Wow ... this is a familiar sight to me here in Southern California at the beach. Fun Photo for sure ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Gordon said...

Gulls are common this week aren't they; they surely do get a good view up there - maybe even to Oz.

betty-NZ said...

I love pics of perching gulls!

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