“Not Afraid to Stand Alone”
On the shores of Lake Michigan you’ll see Gulls of every kind, just flying around, diving into the water for food, and walking around on the shoreline casually among themselves.
This beautiful Gull made a lovely subject on the beach. Standing alone, and still, at least for a short while. Beautiful color markings on the bird itself combined with the colors of the sand of the beach and the waters of Lake Michigan made for a nice combination.
If anyone knows what type of Gull this one is please feel free to ID it for me!
Posted on January 5, 2013, in Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lakes, Landscape, Nature, or architectural photography, Michigan, Nature, Water Fowl and Birds, Wildlife and tagged beach, beaches, bird, bird photography, birds, birds of Michigan, great lakes, gull, gulls, gulls of Michigan, http://rcnaturephotos.artistwebsites.com, http://rcnaturephotos.com, http://rcnaturephotos.photoshelter.com, lake, Lake Michigan, lakes, photography, Rachel Cohen, Rachel Cohen Photography, RCNaturephotos, rocks, sand, scenic, scenic michigan, shells, shore, shoreline, types of Gulls, water, water birds. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.