Winter Perspective

The day was so bright and the sun so strong when I took these pictures, that the light was reflecting all over the place as I watched the feathered sunbathers.

The trio of gulls blended in with landscape as they stood their idle enjoying the sun, warm breezes. As I watched them winter seemed so far behind in those moments.

gulls sunbathe

trio of gulls bathe in the sun

As I looked at the sunbathing birds it was easy to think that winter was over. I know it looks like a typical beach, coastal scene of gulls on a tropical white sandy beach taken with a zoom lens.

I guess it’s all in the perspective.

A photo that fools the eye into thinking it’s a photo of three gulls by sun and sea, instead of a gulls on an ice sheet on a frozen lake during the harsh Midwestern winter.

gulls on ice sheet

gulls sunbathe on an ice sheet as it thaws around them

There are different perspectives at the Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective.

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