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infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135881

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135894

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135902

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135882

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135897

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135889

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135901

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135903

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135878

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135899

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135904

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135877

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135891

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135895

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135890

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135893

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135880

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135906

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


infomatique posted a photo:

BACK IN JANUARY 2009 I VISITED THE OLD GRAVEYARD IN HOWTH [I HAD TO LEAVE BECAUSE I WAS ATTACKED BY GULLS]-135892

The church is Saint Mary's Abbey. About two years later parts of the graveyard had to be closed to the public for a few months because of reconstruction work on the perimeter wall after a heavy rain storm in October 2011 uncovered a number of graves.

Because of the time of year I was not paying attention and did not notice the warning signs but after about ten minutes or so the gulls became very aggressive. When they began to undertake action I was in a corner and could not move in any direction without increasing the apparent threat level but fortunately I managed to escape without and injuries but my equipment was covered in droppings and bird vomit.

In case you are wondering here is the sequence that you can expect:

First comes a low, repeated warning call that essentially means: Go away.
Next is the low pass, within a metre or two of the intruder's head.
The next phase is bombardment when the birds target you with droppings and vomit.
The final phase is an all-out attack – usually a low, raking strike to the back of the head with talons extended.


 

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