Sitting on the Dock of the Bay


#doodlewashMay2021 prompt: Dock.

Did you know that a pelican’s jawbone bows outwards so they can use their beak’s gular sacs as fishing nets. Reference photo courtesy of Free-Photos on Pixabay.

Zebra Zensations Technical Pen & American Watercolor on Hahnemühle Cold Press Postcard, using a ZenArt Black Tulip brush. Reference photo courtesy of oniles on Pixabay.

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4 thoughts on “Sitting on the Dock of the Bay

  1. reminds me of home – Cedar Key, Florida, we went every summer for a week or two and stayed on the beach. they had a dock that looked much like this, with a pelican sitting on each post. great memories!

  2. Otis Redding would approve of the title! I love these pelicans distanced 6 feet apart for the pandemic. We once had a cold, slightly wounded pelican show up at my folks Hood Canal place. Dad would feed it at first. It stayed for over 6 months, sitting on our bulkhead, fishing, and very tame. Then one day, it just flew away, presumably to warmer climes….all well, and I assume, grateful for the seaside hospital. 😉

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