Pelicans blast-off and racing to another river for a feed of fish. What a wonderful sight on the Gold Coast, Australia. Hooray.
Just when a few people told me they were “sick of (my) pelican pictures”, I snapped this bunch of hungry pelicans in a bun fight over a fish. And it looks as through the fish is about to be filleted. But where’s the chips? The seagulls ate those. I supplied the salad and crusty bread. You beauty. Gold Coast, Australia.
And there they go – pelicans flapping across the sky in front of the late afternoon sun on the Gold Coast, Australia. You little beauty. What a sight.
Another wonderful morning – I picture I snapped on the wonderful Gold Coast Broadwater a few days ago. Hooray, hey, ho! Queensland, Australia.
Pelicans of the day – laughing all the way to the (river) bank. You beauty. Gold Coast, Australia.
One pelican claimed the top of a Christmas tree in the park on the Gold Coast, the other flew into town to buy the decorations and presents. I had a feeling in my gut this may happen, and it did. But I had to be quick on the trigger, Yah, you beauty, go the FULL SCREEN and cop an eyeful. Queensland, Australia.
Did this child out-swim these pelican? No, he did not. And the child cannot fly like the pelicans. So the pelicans win. And judging by the expressions on their faces they know it. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
I SNAPPED these pelicans resting on the Gold Coast Broadwater yesterday. How wonderful. Good grief, why do they do this? Wish I could do it. Queensland, Australia.
Birds in flight early morning on the Gold Coast. They must have spied a school of fish. Queensland, Australia.
And this is how it’s done: A pelican’s copy-book landing on the Gold Coast Broadwater. It may have a few feathers out of place, but what do you expect. HEY, HO, this image looks wonderful on the big screen. Queensland, Australia.