Vol XVII – #226 – Meggen’s Monday

Report #6062 Photo: LR_11-13-2017

 

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Vol XVII - #225 - Meditation Beach
Vol XVII - #227 - Objet D' art

Good Harbor Monday-5062

 

Cue a few lines from Richard Bach’s Jonathan Livingston Seagull, a short story featuring a brave and persistent young gull, which Bach wrote in Leelanau’s Port Oneida farm district. So this gull could be distant kin to the ones that inspired the story. I can see why watching seagulls is satisfying (or watching them watch me, as was the case this morning, as this one took flight when I approached the water’s edge). It’s easy to have a calm and introspective moment in the moody grays of November. At least today it’s above freezing!

 

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paul kahn
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I certainly did not know Jonathan Livingston was a local gull. Learn something new every day. More deep thought pics. Thanks Meggen!

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