SQUAREs – Perspective – SeaGull

I started July with a Seagull, a Laughing Gull…and I’m ending the July Squares, Perspective with a Seagull, a Laughing Gull. This was another moment I got down on my knees in the sand to capture a bird at eye level. He or she was a tricky one as he or she couldn’t make up his or her mind as to which way he or she wanted to go. The waves changed and started crashing up against him or her before he or she could retreat. It was a lot of patience and humorous to watch.

Close up of the non-breeding adult with the tongue sticking out. Photo was taken along the west coast of Florida at Fort Desoto Park on the shore of the Gulf of Mexico in January, 2020.

Day 31 – Squares – Perspective

Click the panel below to visit Becky’s site and the July Squares Photo Challenge:

21 Comments on “SQUAREs – Perspective – SeaGull

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    • If you are referring to the logo of squares, I didn’t create that. Becky who hosts the quarterly square challenge did. As a graphic designer, if I were to create it, I would start with a square outlines equally separated, create the large square in the middle, and then start placing my photos inside the square outlines. Once I was finished, I would delete my outlines. I would use CorelDraw, Illustrator or Photoshop. All would work. You might be able to use something like Word or PowerPoint, but it would be a lot harder to do as those are not made for graphics. Not really!

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