One of These Things...

Tully Rohrer

November 16th, 2007

…is not like the others. This is a cormorant among a bunch of brown pelicans near the east end of Catalina. These big buoys always offer some great opportunities for photographs, whether they’ve been taken over by sea lions, pelicans, or any combination of marine creatures.

Song of the Day: Marissa Nadler - I Was Your Little Girl
This haunting little folk song recalls some of my favorite moments from Mazzy Star in the hypnotic vocals and distant strings. This has been my favorite song to fall asleep to lately, and I would guess that all who listen to it would be hypnotized as well.

Love it. It’s like wearing a non-black suit at the ’year-opening’ ceremony in Japanese company.

KatieNovember 16th, 2007

tully, great photo. katie- i’d concentrate on spending a little less time on these photoblogs and a little more time on keeping your ground with your struggling fantasy football team. you stink.

v — November 16th, 2007

haha, sorry katie (that commented), that was meant for another katie that frequents this site (not sorry).

v — November 16th, 2007

Ok, fantasy football and ”v”’s competitive nature ASIDE, I think its a great shot t. I especially like the pelican on the far right with its mouth wide open - it makes him seem like the odd man (bird) out instead of the cormorant.

Becky — November 16th, 2007

What a beautiful shot! Very well suited to B&W and I agree, the pelican with its mouth open caught my eye as well.

PeterNovember 19th, 2007

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