Friday, 25 April 2008

Dinner is Served

22 comments:

Texel in vogelvlucht. Gerard said...

Leuke foto Dick.
Ik had vandaag bijna dezelfde gemaakt. Het is altijd een fraai gezicht.
Ook de complimenten voor de goeie Naam van de foto.

Julie said...

I'd love to have seen this, Dick.

Good to see you on mine -
the main blog is Virtual Voyage for now!

Donna said...

Love this!! That's a common sight here as well...just different birds!! Happy night sweetie! Great shot!!hughugs

Lilli & Nevada said...

Oh my gosh that is amazing, i have never seen anything like this before. What are they eating anyways?

GMG said...

Hi Dick! You probably didn’t notice, but I was absent for a while… ;)) Anyhow, I missed your posts andcomments, so I’m trying to catch up what I can!
The pink sky is gorgeous and Dinner looks yummy... ;)
Hope you have a great weekend!
Blogtrotter

dot said...

A really nice scene! If this is Texel then I would love to visit.

happyone said...

Oh, I do like your title. Perfect!
Great shot.

Dick said...

Lilli - they eat worms and other creatures brought up by the machine.

RuneE said...

I hope they didn't end up as dinners in the tractor.

Nice composition!

Ackworth Born said...

hehe
always love seeing flocks of birds following tractors of fishing boats.
makes me smile

Sonia A. Mascaro said...

Wonderful photo! The title is very witty!

quintarantino said...

This is a very nice scene.
That's a true dinner for all those birds ... whole lot of seeds and worms ...

imac said...

Just the right place to be to get that 1st class photo.


Visit Adare Cottages in Ireland.
on a word verification free blog.

April said...

Tehy are clever, they always know where to find something.

evlahos said...

excellent pic. well done. and great motion

ANNA-LYS said...

Make me think of Pink Floyd ...

Amrita said...

great picture. What are they eating?

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

A wonderful photo, love all those birds and the plowing, nice comp too.

Andrea said...

Perfect picture. Love it.

Suzi-k said...

....if you like worms!

Ted Roth said...

Those look like the same seagulls we get, even inland, but we have no blue tractors. U.S. tracotrs seem to be almost universally green, red, or rusty.

Texas Travelers said...

Great photo.

Thanks for the recent visit,
Troy