Two nights and two early mornings Have I sat on a small damp bench across from the bay trying to capture the moon setting over the sea. It was like a tube of light reflected in the waters of the very low tide The evening moon was above making the outside as bright as theContinue reading “Moon over the Sea 26th May 2013 Russell Island”
Looking up the road to the north…., Then there is the west..over the water the last reflection of the sunrise
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The Silver Gull is widespread in Australia and by adulthood they have red beaks and red legs and are around 38-43cm. They nest in small to large colonies on islands, lakes, saltworks etc prefering ground nests lined with seaweed, or they may nest on dead trees in standing lakes. They lay 3-4 eggs.
Back home to Russell island and the magnificent sunsets over the Bay These were taken on the 9th May 2013….