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been reading Poe ...?
This is one of the most beautiful photos, I have seen of a crow, and I do love the catcheye,and detail.Fantastic shot. :)
Lovely pic.... these guys are just so smart and their pupils so very fascinating...thanks for sharing and glad to have run across your site - looking forward to following :)
Superb portrait. How far were you ? ;-)
Great shot Frank, amazing close-up!
Excellent shot Frank. Great detail.
Hi John. Reading Poe? Not for a long long time.Hi Dianne. I was lucky as they don't usually sit around for a portrait!Hi Ben and Carrie. Thanks and a warm welcome to FABirding.Hi Chris. Just over 6 feet away.Hi Cory. Cheers, I just took advantage of its unusal lack of taking flight.Hi Keith. Thanks very much
Are you sure that is an evil eye and not an... I want your camera eye? He is wonderful. While on our journey, we saw our first Ravens, coming soon. Blessed and safe weekend to your and yours Frank~
Hi Mary. I'm still surprised he stood so still!! Congrats and I'll look foward to seeing your Ravens.Have a good weekend. FAB.
....But he is gorgeous....a really beautiful crow......and he looks even friendly...!!!!!?He really did put himself in the very best light!!!!!Wonderful, Frank!!!!!ciao ciao elvira
Thanks Elvira and he was far more friendly than I would have expected for aa Corvid.
He really is a beauty. I dont think I have seen a crow this close up and so Im really enjoying this one. Makes me want to try and get one come spring. I think they have all gone south now.Snow will soon hit Im sure. It comes early here .
Hi Lisa. They don't usually allow close inspection but this one made an exception...thankfully. I hope you get some more glorious autumnal days before the first snow fall.
Great photos you have! I liked that! It's like a "bad boy"!
Hi Pedro. Thanks for stopping by and a warm welcome to FABirding.
wow...what a close up. Interesting beak and feathers.
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