The Daily Post: Three, two one gulls at play




Good morning from another hot Hastings.  We are expecting over 30 degrees this afternoon which will be hard on those participating in the vintage car show for the Art Deco festival.  I will be going over with hubby to see it and of course take photos. I know it would be hard for those in the northern hemisphere that are suffering a terrible winter.  So I hope these photos will warm you up.

Time for the weekly challenge by The Daily Post.

When I was over in Napier yesterday I found these seagulls enjoying the  cool water.  It was very hot and they just seemed to have a great time dipping in and cooling themselves down.  

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