Friday, June 16, 2006

Awaiting flight

Hmm, where shall I fly today?

Seattle's Elliott Bay presents a range of travel options to a local.

Your turn: Do you still want to see my travel images? I've got lots of 'em left.

One more thing: If you have a free moment, please visit the exquisite blog, Melange, written by SRP. We seem to have captured thematically-linked birds (here's the direct link to her entry.)


verniciousknids said...

Hi Carmi, Michele sent me.

Yes I want to see travel pictures - I live to travel!

I like the way the gull looks hesitant about launching off - great shot!

srp said...

I vote yes on the travel photos.
This seagull looks like he's contemplating a dive off the bridge. They are such funny birds. Every time I see one I think of "Finding Nemo" and have to laugh.

Thanks for the mention.

JoeinVegas said...

Hi, I saw you twice above in Michele, so had to come and say Michele sent me!
Like your pics - I mainly started a blog to share photos myself, always like to share the pixels.

Shane said...

maybe he's gonna visit his gull friend

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

That is most amazing Carmi....It truly looks like you were both in the same place at the same time...OR, maybe you are both really the same person! (LOL)

MORE travel pictures, YES!

jadedprimadonna said...

Of course we want to see travel pictures, Carmi! =o)

Jennifer said...

awesome picture. Makes me want to leap with him. :)

ChaCha said...

thats a silly question, we all live for your pics bud

colleen said...

It's as if the two gulls are destined to fly off and meet each other.

margalit said...

Yes sir, I love your travel pictures. Doesn't make me feel so stuck here in Boston (nice place to be stuck, I know).

Did you hear about the seagull murderer in Boston? Some poor schlub was cleaning high rise windows when was dive bombed by a gull. He batted it away with a tool, and it died. Someone saw him and called the SPCA. He's under arrest for animal cruelty and lost his job. Over a frigging flying rat. I like birds, but gulls can be visious. I would plead self defense if I were him!

Here via Michele