The Opportunist

Vi var ute på et lite restaurantbesøk nede ved sjøen  hvor det naturlig nok også var en såkalt ‘gjestebrygge’ hvor sjøfarende kunne stikke innom for et måltid.
Og her hadde nettopp et par fortøyd sin båt bare for et par minutter siden  og gitt seg på leting etter et ledig bord . . .
Men – det var også andre som var på leting! Etter noe å spise!

We visited a restaurant by the seaside the other day, and naturally they also had a ‘guest pier’ where seafaring guests could moore their boat and have a meal. Acouple had just arrive only minutes ago and left to find a vacant table . . .
But – there were others on the look-out for an easy meal!
“La oss nå se, hva kan vi finne her?”
“Now let’s see what we may find here . . .?”
Jeg lurer på hvor langt de egentlig gikk? Skulle jeg kanskje bare legge igjen kortet mitt og komme meg ut herifra?”

I wonder how far they actually went? Perhaps I should only leave my ‘card’ and get the hell out of here?”

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4 Responses to The Opportunist

  1. utesmile says:

    They know where to get the best bits!

  2. Seenorway says:

    Yeah, but when you come to think about it, how easily couldn’t he have caused a real commotion down there? If he for instance had lifted a piece of jewellry like a ring from a bowl/tabletop, or perhaps some keys and realizing it wasn’t edible, dropped it in the sea, flying off . . .

  3. -Eugenia says:

    Aww, he only wanted a snack! Nice shot!

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