That would kinda freak me out, those buggers are always after something :)
It would totally freak me out too. Unless the person who lives there have some kind of relationship with this bird, that is a borderline Hitchkockian scenario.. With all the trash people leave behind in the gardens, the seagulls are swarming the places. They will stand right next to you, in big intimidating groups, just waiting to make their move. When the sun comes out again (next year, with a little luck), I need to go and take some pictures of that. :D
We don't get those in the city very often, as we're some distance from the coast, but whenever you go to the ocean, they're always trying to get into your stuff, and just standing there, watching you like they're trying to figure out when to stab you in the back :)Bastards.
Hahaha, that is so funny! I have them really close, as they have taken over the lakes. After the massive swan deaths we only have a few (or one?) couple left. The rest is ducks of different kinds and way too many seagulls for my taste.
That needs a caption!
Like the cat pictures, you mean? Maybe someone will pick it up and go nuts, haha.
Get dressed in a rush, you never know who put a camera on that thing ;-)
That is totally the next big thing: spycams on wildlife, hahaha. You never see them coming.
I wonder if it knocked on the window! :)
It is probably not even necessary, if someone was in there, they would feel the burning stare. :D
That would account for the unexplained feeling of being watched! Hahaha! Great shot!
Haha, thank you Celena. It is funny how that works with animals too, I have tried it with birds before, looking up as I was feeling watched, and there was nothing but a bird. It is almost like getting poked with a stick or something.
Haha, stalker måge!!
I would probably react the way I did with a kitten-ekorre (forgot the english word) today. It was passing med by, back and forth, while I was sitting on a bench. And i "talked" to it, making it come closer and closer to me, until it got so close I had to chae it away. Then the process began all over again.With mågen I would probably try and invite it for a while, but it would be chased away by the invitation.
In my case it would probably work the opposite, I would work up the courage to pass a huge flock of seagulls, and just when I felt safe, they would find a way to freak me out, haha. If pigeons are airborne rats, then seagulls are airborne giant spiders, uuuuugh.
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