One man's garbage is a gulls delight!Aloha & Namaste my friend MagicEye!Comfort Spiral
Hey, you got to eat somewhere! What a great shot!
Your gulls have little pointy heads! But they truly are garbage birds, aren't they? Every time I see a sea gull, I think of Finding Nemo..."Mine! Mine! Mine!"
Olá amiga! É, infelizmente hoje em dia, ninguém está ligando mais para o meio ambiente.Adorei o teu espaço, tem lindas fotos. Parabéns!Abraços,Furtado.
Nice shot even with the garbage. I wonder if they minded. Was it trash or food for them?
Picturesque and sad at the same time.
Glad the birds are making good use of it. Now that's an unusual theme for Photohunt. Garbage.
Glad to see that you did something different with this theme then trashcans. I know you would!Great capture!Certain mood in this image and I like it a lot.Have a nice weekend!Anna
Photo is amazing - gulls are beautiful even on garbage:)
Gulls are in the same "rats with wings" category than pigeons. I have seen a few ransacking trashcans when I lived in Holland.
Thank goodness for the gulls or there would be even more of a mess.
Your shot is great, and the garbage its the reality ;)
i love this shot! though it's all about garbage.
Hey, a gull's got to eat!Nice photo!
Gulls do like our garbage!
it's kind of hard to know and see such an image, how I wish people don't discard their trash this way
The gulls are virtual garbage cans around here too. They keep the pavement around fast food restaurants clean. My construction trash or garbage is up.
Still a lovely composition...
Living near the beach, I can't stand seagulls, but I hate garbage even more. Great capture and good pic for this week's theme.
gulls will do that, nice photo. my photo hunt is here Thanks
They're cleaning up and looking pretty, too.
Those reflections keep the scene from being totally sad, bu tit's still disturbing to see a nature preserve treated this way.Great capture and take on the theme!