Gull Seeking and Finding. Photography & Text by Keith R Wahl
What is the objective?
I love watching gulls at the beach. They are so graceful and free, gliding over the waves with their sharp eyes. Sometimes they dive into the water and grab a clam or crab, other times they just hover in the air and scan the surface. What are they looking for? Maybe they are hungry, or curious, or bored. Maybe they are just enjoying the view, like me. I wonder what they think of us humans, walking on the sand or splashing in the water. Do they envy us, or pity us, or ignore us? I guess I'll never know, but I like to imagine their stories as they fly by.
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