Saturday, on an unseasonably beautiful afternoon in Colorado, I was driving home from Boulder when I spotted several wild turkeys and a bunch of ground type birds walking around a field just off the road. There must have been about 15 of them! Since I had my Graflex camera with me, I decided to jump out and take a few Polaroids of this spectacular scene! I turned the car around and parked on the opposite side of the street, jumped out and grabbed my camera quickly so I wouldn't miss the shot. Almost as swiftly as I got out of the car, these three birds started making their way over towards me, crossing the street and thankfully avoiding the cars on the somewhat busy road. I thought, how cool, they're gonna pose for me. However, It became apparent quickly that they hadn't come over on friendly terms... A ways away from the car now and only armed with my camera ( and light clothing! ), the turkeys got closer and started to aggressively invade my space. It was a complete surprise as I would have expected them to keep their distance. They ruffled their feathers and followed me back towards and around the car a few times--me laughing nervously the entire time but also somewhat scared to be honest! I imagined that once one of them got a peck In, they'd all probably jump in! Kicking my feet toward them helped create a little space but for the most part, they stayed uncomfortably close. I snapped off one shot ( and it was dark unfortunately! ) before thankfully making it safely back into the car. Phew...! Lesson learned: if you see turkeys in the wild, proceed with caution. They might try to attack you!