Sunbathing Cormorant

I had finished up a shoot and was driving back towards home but decided to divert to Kenmore.  The evening light was looking good and I thought some floatplanes might be returning to base.  By the time I got to Kenmore, it must have too late as I didn’t see any planes.  However, there was a cormorant sitting on one of the posts near the end of the jetty.  As the sun set, he was stretching out his wings to gather maximum warmth.  How could I resist yet another cormorant shot?

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1 Response to Sunbathing Cormorant

  1. John Edgcumbe says:

    The common cormorant or shag lays eggs inside a paper bag !
    Spike Milligan

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