A SHUTTERBUG EXPLORES ~ Saturday Critters ~ Read on

'Jump, and you will find out how to unfold your wings as you fall.'
~ Ray Bradbury

'Guess Who Came to Dinner'
Right outside our window ~ peaking through the blinds.
Love the seagulls ~ so free and graceful.

We are linking with:
Saturday Critters and Camera Critters
(lots of critters from around the world)

We love your comments, thanks, ^_^

'artmusedog' aka zoe



Lea said…
It does look like it wants to come inside and share your food!
Have a wonderful week-end!
eileeninmd said…
LOL, now that is a different looking peeping Tom. Cute gull shot. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!
Jo said…
What a cute visitor for dinner!
Hootin' Anni said…
Sweet photo...I love watching seagulls!
And GREAT quotation.
Yamini MacLean said…
Hari OM
Hello there Johnathon!!! &*> YAM xx
Al said…
Love it - we don't have those where I live!
Gulls are not timid birds. Fun to watch.
Can I please come in he asks ...
Just love this photograph.

All the best Jan
Linda Kunsman said…
A visitor like this is always welcome in my eyes. I should be seeing them again very soon:) Nice quote again with the accompanying photo. Happy weekend to you and Zoe!
Christine said…
They know no shame!! He looks as though he's saying, "Hurry up and let me in!"

Great photo!
Jennifer Rose said…
they are great birds that get a bad rap
Jeanna said…
What does Zoe think of your dinner guest? That's a very clear close-up.
Tom said…
...and they are such noisy dinner guests!
Kay L. Davies said…
I'd hate to see a seagull come close to Bonnie-Belinda. She'd undoubtedly try to attack it, and might lose an eye or an ear in the process. Still, I do love seagulls...I lived on the British Columbia coast for most of my adult life, and never saw one nesting. No sooner had I moved away (or so it seems) a nest complete with female and eggs, was spotted up in the roofline of the old train station/museum.
There are freshwater gulls here in southeastern Alberta, but they just aren't the same, somehow.
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Kay L. Davies said…
Gaff-rigged sailboats...my favourite! Long ago, in another lifetime it seems, I worked for a boating publication, and saw many sailboats, and the gaff-riggers became my favourites.
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