birds of a feather {273/365}
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birds of a feather {273/365}

Dropping daughter off at work tonight, I was driving back home when the skies suddenly filled with hundreds of seagulls.

Really, it was pretty bizarre.

And then they all decided to go shop at walmart.

(geez, strange things happen at our walmart)

So you know I went to investigate :)

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I hung out for quite a while, snapping shots and trying to avoid getting,  ummm …

hit?

bullseyed?

dirtied?

Oh whatever – I tried to avoid getting shit on.

It was a harrowing experience.

(what? YOU go stand under a hundred flying seagulls and we’ll see how well you make out. I’m totally surprised I left unshat upon)

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I wonder what the draw to the parking lot was? There wasn’t any food or anything that I could see.

Strange little Hitchcock-esque birdie meetup, I guess.

My walmart is weird.

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2 Comments
  • Sue
    Posted at 06:32h, 01 October Reply

    We have that here, too. Any large, flat area – I think it’s a migratory thing, and they like to rest on the concrete.
    I love to see them, and took a few pictures myself once or twice.

    Loved your shot of them in flight!

    • janice
      Posted at 07:59h, 01 October Reply

      I was wondering if it was the pavement, since the sun was actually out for a change, and warming everything up. They probably liked it.
      I have a few more of them in the air and on some light posts that I have to add still. heh.
      Late night, last night.

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