City of Seagulls

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    hobbesken, 44sunsets, Hannes R, and 41 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. hobbesken ages ago | reply

      I like the composition with the seagull in the foreground and the stunning cityline behind. ...was this taken in south perth?

    2. rich115 ages ago | reply

      No. I found it at Applecross. A nice park, next to a jetty, off The Strand.

    3. beebleb ages ago | reply

      Love it. Always like new takes on familirar themes. Clouds are kinda breaking my eyes though, from the HDR I assume?

    4. strollerdos ages ago | reply

      great composition.

    5. Julie70 Joyoflife ages ago | reply

      wonderfull strong (satureted?) colors and blue!

    6. MMMMichelle ages ago | reply

      so beautiful, it almost doesn't look real

    7. winterlove ages ago | reply

      oh wow this is great! a very different view of perth i've never seen before! i must find this place *mischievious grin*

    8. *Izabela ages ago | reply

      I wish I were there

    9. draconian sign [deleted] ages ago | reply

      hmm i think im gonna have to start playing with HDR......this style just rocks

    10. Trey Ratcliff ages ago | reply

      CRAZY - I love it.... those dark boards in the foreground are stunning.

    11. Dave Curtis ages ago | reply

      A very different shot of Peth - nice one.

    12. zealous measure [deleted] ages ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Gone to the Beach, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    13. changeable clam [deleted] ages ago | reply

      Fab shot!

    14. pinguin1961 ages ago | reply

      Wooow! This is absolutly my favorit of your pictures.
      Greetings from
      www.wasserskilift-magdeburg.de/

    15. Warm Fuzzies Photography 119 months ago | reply

      LOVE this shot! it reminds me of the scene in "Finding Nemo" when all the seagulls are saying, "Mine, mine, mine, mine...."

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