On Saturday, June 6th, Bob and I went for a motorcycle ride that added 190 miles to our odometer. We left home around 11:00 am and didn’t return home until after 7:00 pm. We rode to Lake Erie State Park, where we enjoyed a picnic with a view.
From Lake Erie State Park we rode west along Lake Erie, via Route 5, en route Presque Isle State Park in Erie, PA. We made two photo stops. Our first photo stop was at Barcelona Harbor in Westfield, NY. Our second photo stop was at Dobbins Landing in Erie.
One of the features of Dobbins Landing is the Bicentennial Tower.
The seagulls gave me lots of practice photographing birds in flight.
Located to the north of Dobbins Landing is Presque Isle State Park.
You can see Presque Isle State Park from Dobbins Landing. If you look closely at the photograph displayed above, you will see a tall monument — Perry Monument, which is located on Presque Isle State Park. In my next blog post I will share photographs that I took during our visit to Presque Isle State Park.
2 Responses to “Dobbins Landing”
Neat bird shots Linda.
You did a great job of capturing those gulls in flight. All your photos are beautiful.