On any given morning, you can find Canada geese and sea gulls patrolling the area around the Kewaunee, WI lighthouse. They seem like a vigilant group; quick to sound an alarm when intruders are detected.
This was the scene yesterday morning from the beach just north of Selner Park, on the shore of Lake Michigan. I was able to get out early and snapped a number of nice shots. I’ll try to post more from this morning in the near future.
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The sea gulls soar upward as the sun beams stream downward over Lake Michigan and the Kewaunee, WI lighthouse and pier. Since the colors were somewhat muted, I decided to convert this one to a monochrome look.
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I stopped on my way to the church this morning and took some photos of the sunrise from Algoma’s marina. As I was snapping, a couple of seagulls were bumping into each other in front of the sun. Unfortunately, I missed the moment when they made contact.
There will be a few more photos from this session. Watch for them to show up here in the next few days.
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