A photographic study of Silver Gulls part 5
I took these photos from the beach at Yilki on Encounter Bay, Victor Harbor, South Australia a few weeks ago. What delighted me was the colour of the water in the photo above. It was late afternoon (about an hour before sunset) which seemed to enhance the depth of the blue.
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A photographic study of Silver Gulls part 4
Silver Gulls are the most common of gulls to be found in Australia. They can be found almost anywhere in Australia where there is suitable habitat. They are very common along shorelines of the coast, lakes, rivers, swamps and estuaries. They are also readily found near parks, sports grounds, airfields, car parks, jetties and piers, sewage ponds and often in huge numbers at rubbish dumps. In fact, anywhere there is scrap food easily obtained.
Look back over previous days for more photos of Silver Gulls.
A photographic study of Silver Gulls 3
This photo of Silver Gulls was taken recently on the beach at Yilki, Encounter Bay, Victor Harbor.
Photographic study of Silver Gulls 2
I took this photo last weekend on the beach at Yilki. This is along Encounter Bay in Victor Harbor on the coast south of Adelaide, South Australia.
A photographic study of Silver Gulls part 1
I took this photo last weekend. It is looking over Encounter Bay at Victor Harbor on the coast south of Adelaide, South Australia. Granite Island is in the background.