Tag Archives: Seagulls

The Freshest Food

Mark sat with his guide, Gondo, on the isle of Butanga. Jamie’s Restaurant advertised the freshest food anywhere. Seagulls flocked in huge numbers above. Servers provided a small grill and curious-looking tools. They opened up a complex of nets leading … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Motion

This week’s photo challenge is: Motion. That’s pretty self explanatory. But this week, we’re asked to explain what was happening as well. Here are my answers to the challenge. When Shey goes home to the Philippines, she feels so good … Continue reading

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Seagulls decoded – Friday Fictioneers

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. Story begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction/Satire Word Count: 100 Seagulls decoded CHICAGO – For centuries, scientists have believed that the language of birds is nothing more than calls, conveying crude communication. Anders Jeppesen, … Continue reading

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