The summer gulls have been back with us at Our Cove for a couple of weeks now. In fact we have a pair of gulls who stay here, right in the cove, all summer long. Oh, they come and go, and fly off at high tide to do whatever gulls do, but they spend most of their time right here.
All this reminded me to feature a print of seagulls over the open sea; so I put up an 8 x 10 framed print on the Etsy shop.
This print features herring gulls, the most common kind in the waters off Grand Manan.
They are graceful in flight, social and yet very competitive. And it is a delight to watch gulls soar in gale force winds, winds that ground lesser birds.
At home in the air and comfortable on the surface of the ocean, gulls are admirably adapted for life on the Bay of Fundy
And of course a painting of the sea in the Bay of Fundy would be lacking something if we didn't add a lobster buoy to give it a real Maritime flavour.
Seagulls at home on the open Bay of Fundy