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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Wordless Wednesday ~ Dance of the Ravens


Dance of the Ravens



16 comments:

Shirley said...

I get a lot of that here- sometimes they are quite comical. Watching the young ones landing on the steel roof of the shop is like a comedy of errors.

Buttons said...

Oh this is awesome thank you for sharing. B

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

neat shot. ( :
have a great week.

Nichole Burke said...

Great shot! Happy WW!

Anonymous said...

I wonder what their conversation is about today flocked high up on the rocks.

CDH said...

What a great shot. They are the funniest birds. They love to taunt the dogs. You can just hear them laughing.
Glad to see you back.

cheyenne jones said...

Looks like a remake of the first scene from Macbeth!!

Val said...

The other night at work there were literally 100's of turkey buzzards on an updraft over our plant...it was amazing.

Nice to see you !
Missed you!

Great shot.

lilyrose said...

Awesome shot! Thanks for sharing. :)

Thirteen Sheep (Or More) said...

Great shot! I love the ravens and the turkey vultures that I see here. Magpies are right up there on my list too. I had 2 nests this year and they are so entertaining.

Candy C. said...

What a GREAT photo! We have our resident pair of ravens down by the barn and I always enjoy seeing them. :)

D.Hausmann said...

Welcome back. Nice shot of the Crows, or Ravens. I get confused, we have both, I think the Ravens are the larger ones.

Ruffles said...

Love the photo, the country is so different from the dairy farm I live on and work at here in New Zealand. I just love the pics ;)

Maia said...

As always, just perfect.

Vaquerogirl said...

Wonderful perspective!

Terry and Linda said...

Loved it!

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