Photo-a-Day (Monday, 30th December, 2019)
On the bread (air)-line
Photo: David Long (Sony SLT-A65V)
Norfolk seagulls have sharp eyes too. You see them circle the gardens below us & when one spots a crumb he tells all his friends, then the gardens are alive with gulls
Thats some shed Reverend !
I really like seagulls and we've fed them many times especially at Southport,but since acquiring a little Chihuahua early this year we have to watch his every move when he's in the garden after the incident where one took a tiny Chihuahua and flew away with it..that would be just awful.
Never feed flying rats.
That's a very impressive shed you've got there David
I can't imagine the Reverend not wanting to lend a hand during the building of his magnificent shed - right, lads, where do you want me!
Saw a seagull in St Ives a number of years ago . It was perched on a wall , making noises that were so aggressive , which said , feed me or else ! It was scary ! Why bother
wasting energy following fishing boats hoping , when the food is onshore ?
We used to have a wet fish shop and I thought I had seen some big seagulls in Blackpool, but when we collected our fish from Fleetwood the skips with fish bits in were surrounded by gulls the size of bl**dy Condors.
I was afraid they were going to grab the wife and fly off with her.:( or :)
That's is one fancy 'shed' - it looks more like a chalet! More importantly it will never need wood staining... ;@)