Silhouettes are beautiful in the dying twilight, especially ones set in the open sky.
It is interesting to watch the seagulls after sunset heading north in small groups like this one. It is curious that I never see them flying south at this time. Perhaps I should come back int the early morning.
If you walk along along a reasonable stretch of the beach in the evening you will find groups of seagulls settled on the sand having already performed their own northward congregation.
I’d swear these gulls however were planning on flying away forever.
Photo: Robert Rath, ‘Fly Away Forever’ 1/250s f/2.8 ISO320 200mm