I love seagulls. I think they are beautiful birds even though they are scavengers and can be mean. As with most gulls this little beauty was found at a beach but gulls can be found hundreds of miles inland. I’ve been lucky to see them at the Great Lakes and even small lakes in Indiana.
I know liquid is not just water but when I hear the word my first thought is water, ice cold, and I want to drink it. Here are a few photos that make me want to drink.
This is Crater Lake. The water was crystel clear and a beautiful Blue. Definately drinkable. The white colorations are mountain ridges left from a volcanic explosion.
Nothing says drinkable like a water fountain and this one was a beauty. I wanted to jump in and play. This was taken somewhere near Dothan, Alabama. I’m not sure where exactly so if anyone knows where this is I’d sure like to know. It was close to the Florida line.
Ah, a big wave perfect for refreshing but I wouldn’t drink it.
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Bad Water Basin is located in Death Valley National Park in southeaster California. At 282 feet below sea level the basin is the lowest point in North America. At the other extreme, Mount Whitney, the highest altitude in the contiguous United States is only 85 miles to the northwest. I wouldn’t drink the water though. There is an accumulation of salts that make the water undrinkable.