Posted on December 28, 2013 by Catherine ArcolioMany a storytelling of crows convened in the birch ushering spirits past Like this:Like Loading...
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This is cool!! I love crows!! Awesome awesome!
Lovely. Anyone interested in nature & poetry might want to check out “Conversations” by Clem J. Nagel & Elizabeth C. Nagel. Similar mood to Leaf & Twig. Enjoy!
Very nice! I wonder if they were waiting for some poor unsuspecting hawk to fly by.
Are you sure they weren’t having a caw-cus?
This is wonderful photo.
So that’s what they’re doing…telling stories! I hear the birds in our back yard trees twittering, especially in the early morning, and always wonder what they’re talking about 🙂
I’ve often thought they were telling stories and making plans for the day. Blessings, Natalie 🙂
Wonderful: An interesting photo combined with imaginative words, beautifully expressed.
Sentinels of truth
Crows are incredible smart and social birds. I would bet half of the flock conversing in the tree are related. I also understand that crows can recognize human faces and get to know who belongs in the neighborhood and who is a stranger. Our own stories about crows are mixed. In European folklore, crows (and ravens) are figures of sinisterness and malice. But to Native Americans, crows are revered messengers. I prefer the latter sentiment. Striking photo. Love birch trees, love crows, but especially love seeing them together.
I love this capture! I’ve been seeing so many crows lately, it’s crazy, and they’ve been in huge flocks making such a loud ruckus, it’s great.
i like the fact that we can distinguish clearly only the crows on the top of the tree while for the ones below is just an estimation…
Guardians of the Laws of the Universe – potent reminders that these laws apply to all.
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The light, the dark, the birds, the branches–lovely composition once again.
This is great.
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Thank you. Perfect for end of year!