18 responses to “Wordless Wednesday – Seagull

  1. Yes and if you’re eating anything they will steal it. Go out on a boat and there are seagulls. Great closeup.

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  2. Oh Yes, my friends indeed (the under-birds I defend)–and look at all that lovely Blue! Must have been a soul-refreshing walk πŸ™‚ I’m not the photographer that you and others on the blogs are…but for Christmas I did get a nice tablet for the sole purpose of using the camera, and I’m having fun πŸ™‚


      • Really? Your phone?? I assumed you had some high-tech camera and high-level talent!!! Wowza πŸ™‚ I really wish I had someone near me who could show me what to do, what the things on the screen mean. I guess I could get the manual online…but I’m like man, hate reading instructions πŸ™‚


      • You’re a mess, lol! I do have those, but I hate lugging them around. My daughter got me a google phone and the pics are much better than my other phone. Just point and click! and make sure it’s straight.


      • My Cajun cousin calls me Looney Tunes! πŸ™‚ I didn’t know there was a “Google phone”–sounds really nice. My hands tremble, so I’m glad the Samsung tablet is better than my free government phone at reducing the blur πŸ˜‰ It’s always something, Rosanne Rosanna Danna!!

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      • Re Google phone.. me either!! My phone before was Samsung… Don’t know too much about photos with tablets.. Gotta love GildaπŸ™‚.. I could see her face now, funnnny!! πŸ™‚


      • I kinda thought you’d appreciate that…you know my goal is to keep you amused πŸ™‚ Samsung seems to be a quality product. I ended up donating the camera I bought prior to getting the tablet–it was teeny tiny in everyway (smaller than my small hand!); the directions were pathetic (too small to read with cataracts), and the learning curve seemed too steep for my frustration level. So a teenage boy received it for Christmas–I don’t know him, but it was a joy that it didn’t go to waste. (This is how I justified a number of poorly chosen expenses for Amazon Christmas Past :)) And thank the Lord for stimulus checks so I can pay the bills down to a manageable monthly charge–God rewards our good deeds!


      • I know what you mean about not being able to to read those teeny tiny prints. That used to bother me and I’d run to the eye doctor. Now, I just roll with it. Don’t even know where my glasses are But I knew where my magnifying glass isπŸ˜ƒ I think this new attitude of my has to do with getting older. Some parts just gets worn out. πŸ˜ƒ


      • I’ve had a magnifying glass, but it no longer does the job, arrghh. So I found a “page magnifier” (maybe 5 x 7 inches)–light-weight AND it has lights (batteries)–so it’s Amazing! Great for reading books or directions–even works as a flashlight! If you want the info on where to order, I’ll try to find my box πŸ™‚


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