Glasgow, Scotland, taken on March 12, 2016
This is perhaps my favourite piece of wall art out of all the ones I’ve found in Glasgow. It is stunningly beautiful and quite impressive as well, as I can’t imagine the amount of effort it took to accomplish this sort of art. The mural hunt certainly paid off!
Isle of Mull, Scotland, taken on June 14, 2015
This bird knows better not to waste good food, especially a perfectly fine piece of cake. I think it was totally ready and willing to eat the rest if no one else wanted it 😛
Clyde Falls, Scotland, taken on November 21, 2015
On the way to see the Clyde Falls, I encountered this little fella hopping through the woods. Thought I didn’t see you there, huh, wee thing?
Young’s Point, Canada, taken on July 6, 2010
If I remember correctly, the close-up photo of this bird was taken at Young’s Point during a family fishing trip. I was using a point-and-shoot camera with an excellent zoom, enough to make it seem like I was able to sneak right up to the bird – not a chance!
Dyrholaey, Iceland, taken on August 22, 2015
When I saw flocks of seagulls hovering in the air from cliff to cliff at Dyrholaey, I wondered what it would be like to have wings and to be able to soar above the sea, flying free!