one of the most beautiful towns on the French Riviera
Beach and Sea
bel référence a un superbe film culte
I wish I could fly. I mean to just walk off the end of the front porch and fly away would be different for me and then realize it isn't a dream. Wow.
If life is only 'fishheads' then I say savor the fishheads.
I read that book 40+ years ago. I do love to watch seagulls, I think they're fascinating.
Magnifique compostion, Jilly. In my area they are destroying seegulls and I hate the idea!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Smart man, Jonathan! :)Refreshing picture today, Jilly. Thanks!
Jonathan is so right...there has got to be more to life than fishheads! I applaud his spirit to fly! That dark red umbrella makes a very bold statement!
The collapsed umbrella zips up the photo with its red colour. Gosh! Haven't thought about JLS for YEARS. I'm going to have to google Amazon to see the year of publication.
Ya, like ducking seagull crap falling from the sky! Ha!
you are dating yourself with that reference! LOL I love that book!
Great shots of the birds.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Fun! If memory serves, Jonathan soared off into the wild blue to discover his destiny and answer his questions. Don't worry about dating yourself. It was a timeless book! -:))
That's beautiful, Jilly, both the photos and the reference to Jonathan Livingston Seagull, too. I love the music to that film by Neil Diamond.
Great words!And the bottom photo is a surprise as it is unclear what the man is up to. Feeding the birds ?
He's got a camera in his hand, Nathalie. Guess it's too small to see.
A lot of gulls here, I had my trouble with a single one...
beau contraste entre le parasol et le ciel
Love both photos!!! And Jonathan Livingston!!! I think of him whenever I'm around flocks of seagulls...I guess that's dating me!!!
Beautiful ! So colored !Ther man on the bottom pictures seems to be a conductor and in the sky, the ballet.....
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