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these pied cormorants were sitting at the very end of the Busselton jetty, Western Australia. The jetty is 1841 metres.
cormorants, busselton jetty, western australia, lumix, subi
Wow! Looks amazing Subi..hard to capture such flights:)
thanks Alok, only after I took the photo did I realise that one was in flight, lucky :)
I love how they’re all facing the same way :))
thanks for having a look, yes I agree, maybe a salute to the sun :)
thank you :)
Great capture Sue. I guess we know which direction the tide is flowing bringing the next meal.
thanks Tony, you learn something everyday, cheers, Sue :)
Oh Sue, I didn’t mean to sound like an expert. It was just a silly guess. It could well be the direction of the sun or the wind like cows in the fields. Cheers. Tony:)
Hi Tony, it makes sense to me, there has to be some reason why they all face the same direction. Great reasoning, Sue :)
thanks for your great comments, I appreciate them, Sue :)
thanks for your comment Lilian, I think Tony’s comment might be on the money, Sue :)
How nice is that to see a bird on almost every post and all facing the same way. Excellent shot Sue.
thanks Ralph, there are lots of birds on the Busselton jetty, a great resting place, Sue :)
Excellent capture Sue
thanks very much Eve for your lovely comments, Sue :)
thank you very much, Sue :)
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