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Boss of the Rock by George Cousins

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Yes, they’re scavengers, and they can carpet-bomb with deadly accuracy, but they really are a pretty bird when they’re behaving themselves. This one was taking it easy on his personal rock on the shoreline of Halifax Harbour, Nova Scotia,Canada.
July 14, 2007, Sony DSCF828 camera


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  • Gail Bridger
    Gail Bridgeralmost 5 years ago

    Smiles….love the title and I think they are so beautiful too without the ass end!!! :)

  • Hi Gail…lol! How true! We both grew up with splatters all around us, didn’t we?

    – George Cousins

  • Mike Oxley
    Mike Oxleyalmost 5 years ago

    Great shot, George. In spite of their shortcomings, they certainly are a beautiful bird.

  • Oh yes they are, as long as they’re not screeching their heads off over some piece of stuff..or decorating my car right after I clean it! Both happen quite regularly no matter where I live! For all that, I can never resist taking their pic. Must have dozens of them!

    – George Cousins

  • Stan Wojtaszek
    Stan Wojtaszekalmost 5 years ago

    They are a photogenic bird; more so when they’re below your feet, like this one. lol.
    Nice shot, George ! :)

  • Hi Stan.. see my comments to Mike.. lol! And glad you liked the shot :)

    – George Cousins

  • Brian Carey
    Brian Careyalmost 5 years ago

    Boss eh George! Must be a female!

  • Wouldn’t doubt it Brian.. this one chased away every other one that came near.. guess that’s why I took the it was a beautiful day.

    – George Cousins

  • Anna Shaw
    Anna Shawalmost 5 years ago

    Wonderful shot George.

  • Thanks Anna, they really are very clean and beautiful birds, and look good when at rest or flying.

    – George Cousins

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