Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
Crows are always slightly sinister to me, not that we have any here in NZ. Your photos are beautiful.
ha. Ms A stole my comment....i hear they make for a pretty good rock n roll band too...smiles.
Crows are pretty swell flyers, aren't they?In the first picture . . . three crows and a shadow? ...or four crows?
A friend has crow as her totem animal. I just have been blessed by them seeming to show up every time I go out...with such expressive voices, not to be ignored!
I love crows -- even when they eat our corn. June, I have the same question -- I think it's not a shadow but can't be sure. I caught these pics out the car window and was lucky they came out as well as they did.
I can hear them
interesting birds. much smarter than we give them credit for.
Crows can be very fascinating to watch. I often wonder just what they are up to.Sam
It's no longer "first thing in the morning," so I can see now that the first photo is of four crows. Shadows don't have little curled-up feet hanging below them.
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