They say the creative drive burns deeply in marine birds. Ok, they don't, but maybe they will after seeing this video attempted by Italian tourist Nathalie Rollandin. Rollandin was filming a beautiful sunset over San Francisco in August, when a passing seagull took issue with her sense of perspective and snatched the camera from her hands.
The gull then performed a rather experimental panoramic sweep of the area, the shot framed by his own flapping wings, before deciding he "couldn't work like this" and set the relatively unscathed camera down on a nearby pier. Still unclear is what was behind the bird's creative decision to divert attention away from the sunset and focus instead on a decorative mast nearby. Must be a foreign film.