|January 5, 2015, Pickwick dam on the Tennessee River|
|On the other side of this wall is the lock for boats to go up and down the river.|
I was not close enough for a positive ID, but my bird book says Herring Gulls are the ones most often seen on inland waterways here in the southeastern United states.
I really like the zoom capabilities of my new camera, a Canon PowerShot SX520 HS. All three of the above photos were made from the same place on the riverbank.
Farther down the river where the water is calmer, there is a campground and boat ramp. This heavy chain fence marks the river's edge.
|Beside the Tennessee River, January 5, 2015|
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