Wednesday 01 July, 2015 by Uncle Spike
Category: Wordless Wednesday
| Tags: bird, istanbul, photography, POSTADAY, seagul, Travel, turkey, wordless wednesday
So my husband was walking through the parking lot with his large Coca-Cola. It had no lid. He had yet to take a sip. A seagull flew over and decided he just HAD to relieve himself at the very instant his, uh, byproducts, would intersect with the exact center of my husband’s Coke. The word my husband said was actually quite appropriate.
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hahaha… poor hubby
[…] By Uncle Spike Source: Wordless Wednesday ~ Serious Seagul […]
Funny look in the eye that bird! Looks a little foxy!.Have you heard about the seagulls in Cornwall that dives on holiday makers in Cornwall and nicks icecreams and hotdogs out of their hands. Lovely close shot…..take care of the camera!
These seemed very well behaved.
Two years ago a couple of seagulls set up home on my roof and built a nest amongst the chimney pots. Luckily they have not been back!
Big things, aren’t they?!
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