I’ve admired this cute little outbuilding for a while. It wasn’t until I stopped to take this shot that I discovered its apparent purpose: I think it’s a chicken coop. You may be able to see a three chickens back behind it on the right. Pretty classy digs, no?
I wanted to practice with the zoom lens on my new camera, expecting this seagull to take off. He probably expected a handout and stayed put. I got to practice. He was disappointed.
Cormorants are common seabirds around here. I rather liked the curve of this ones neck as it gazed out to sea between dives for fish.
The birdsong first caught my attention. Then I noticed how the sunset light bathed this flicker in warmth.
This time birds pepper the sky. I think they may be starlings. We have large flocks of them here.
Bald eagle. Always a treat to see one.
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Seen at the Port Townsend Gallery.