Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Cormorant rock


Cormortant rock, with a cormorant on it...

1 comment:

Marguerite said...

That is a heron you big liar! Ha, only messing. About the liar, it is indeed a heron. Cormorants are black and usually have their wings stretched out. They have to dry their wings manually (as it were) because they are the only seabird that does not have oil in their feathers to waterproof them. Fact! Marguerite x