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High tide seals.

It was high tide on the County Down coast and I knew then would be little happening concerning wildlife. But also knowing high tide brings the seals to Cloghy rocks. It was a high tide has it covered the rock but the seals were there.

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Heads and tails has they lay on the rocks below.

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Next a couple of gull shots.

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Blackheaded gull still in winter plumage.

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Herring gulls.

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The old windmill overlooking Portaferry.

And the final image a monochrome shot of a Mute swan taken on the Qouile River, Downpatrick.

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Thank you for visiting and wherever you are stay safe.

George.

4 replies »

  1. all are beautiful ..the gull in flight looks as if I could reach inside and pet it 🙂
    stunning once again
    have a great evening!

    Blessings

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  2. Greetings again George, so great to see your wonderful images again. Those fit in nicely with my selkies lol!! I so hope you are staying safe and well during this difficult time. Namaste!!

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