Travel theme: seagulls in the airs of Brighton

This week, Ailsa‘s photo challenge theme is Flutter.

seagulls in Brighton

Seagulls are like flying rats – they always approach wherever there is food. Numerous experiments last summer pointed that walking on the beaches of England with a pack of fries is not possible anymore – gangs of seagulls attack you and dispossess you of your food (check this link: the pictures are fabulous).

That day in Brighton, a young couple hoped to sit romantically and enjoy a meal, staring at the waves and enjoying each other’s company; they did not realise they would soon be surrounded by hordes of menacing seagulls. They ran away, causing the birds in panic to fly wild in the cloudy skies.


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