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I can't help myself. I love them.


  1. Me too.
    Although.... once I was attacked by a flock of seagulls - I didn't know they did that!

  2. I didn't know they did that either ... you must have had food they wanted.

  3. ooh, I like the strong horizontal cropping and the small collection of images. They work well together.

  4. oh, me too! we all must, otherwise
    there would not be so many cartoons
    with them in them!

    such a pretty collage of gulls.

  5. i love to see cropped images like nice

  6. Yeah, that horizontal cropping ... that is a seaside quirk of yourn!

    Seagulls are the pigeons of the sea ... but at least they are very clean.

  7. Jonathan Livingston Seagull! :-) Another great triptych!


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