Seagull photobombs professor’s food porn moment

Pepperdine scholar photobombed by lobster-hungry bird happy to see picture of roll reversal go viral

Alicia Jessop knew Friday was going to be memorable, but she didn’t realize it would be a day she would never forget.

The 34 -year-old sports regulation professor from Pepperdine University in California had strategy a New England road trip, seeking to visit some of the last seven US nations she had never been to and trying her first lobster roll.

What she had not planned for was captivating a now-viral photo of the moment a seagull grasped the expensive sandwich as she was lining up the perfect shot.

” I was really flustered ,” she said.” You sounds floors of beings taking crazy Instagram draws and hurting themselves and I was like,’ Oh my God, you are now that person. You really wasted $21.50 for a representation .'”

After a drive forum in Vermont on Friday, Jessop leased a vehicle and realized her lane to Fox’s Lobster House in York, Maine. Having bought her lobster rolling, she went to the water to make the perfect picture.

” It was the most picturesque place ,” she said.” You’re standing on the seashore overlooking the lighthouse. I don’t really take a lot of food draws, but I knew this needed to be documented .”

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The situation in all its uncropped glorification- or horror. Photograph: AP

She spent about 20 seconds enclose her shot, so she could capture the sandwich and the Nubble Lighthouse in the background. As she took the picture, she said, she felt something rustle in her hand. She judged she had drooped the lobster roll.

” That’s when I recognized the seagull had swooped in and I hadn’t even looked it coming ,” she said.” It’s a really smart fledgling and everything is happened so fast .”

Before she had time to shoo the fledgling apart, Jessop said, it was feasting on the lobster bun with” all of[ its] friends “.

As she walked back to the lobster shack, she turned through her camera roll and burst into laughter, realise the only photo she had was the exact moment the seagull swooped. She posted the picture on Twitter, saying:” This is why we can’t have nice circumstances .” Within a half an hour, thousands of people had liked the post.

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Alicia Jessop constitutes for a photo with her second $21.50 lobster reel at Fox’s Lobster House in York, Maine. Photograph: AP

Jessop went back to Fox’s and paid for another roll, but this time sat in a different area to enjoy what she said was ” an stunning analyse and well worth the money “. She expected another customer to take a photo so “shes had” proof she had actually eaten a lobster roll.

Jessop said the experience has shown her” people simply need a laugh “. She is also embracing the possibility of being known for the rest of her life as the seagull photo woman.

” There’s a good deal worse events I could be known for ,” she said,” and if that intends I get free lobster flattens and bringing a little of humour into people’s lives, I think that’s a good thing .”

Read more: https :// www.theguardian.com/ milieu/ 2019/ jun/ 09/ seagull-lobster-roll-picture-maine

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