Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Ten Of Thirty

Rooftop Visitor, 6 x 6 " oil on panel, ©2014, Fay Terry

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Looking out at the dock in early morning and the fading light of evening while I was on Monhegan was such fun; it included many pleasant sights and sounds, like the sunrise, sunset, and numerous gulls. The lobster boats going out were another favorite, as was the view of Manana Island. 
 I was very fortunate to have a resident bird appear regularly on the roof outside my window. He watched me as I moved about my room and I quietly observed. I thought one morning to take a video which is now one of my favorite memories of the sights and sounds of the island. My friendly gull flew onto the roof, walked to and fro on the narrow shingles for a while, and then he stretched his neck and made some of the loudest noises I've ever heard from a seagull. Soon after, his friends seemed to be calling  him to join  the flock flying over the harbor and settling on the rocks.

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