From topmost branches,
crow contemplates his kingdom:
plans his next flight path.
and how handsome and serene he is in the moment
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He is 🙂
Thank you. He sat there for ages, not in the least perturbed by me moving closer and closer to his tree, pointing my camera up at him. In fact, I got the feeling he rather likes photo-shoot sessions!
Maybe he’s a secret model wannabe!
To see as the crow sees. Enchanting.
I love how self-contained and confident he looks.
Superb capture and haiku, Sarah. 🙂
Thank you, Sylvia 🙂
Oooh, love this Sarah! Must show Claire, she will love it! She is obsessed with crows, has always adored them and this fellow here is particularly handsome. Love your haiku too, perfect 🙂 xxxx
I share Claire’s obsession with crows. Also, I love jackdaws. There are quite a few of photos of both birds in other blog posts if you do a search. Am so glad, Sherri, that you loved my crow haiku 🙂 xxxx
Will do! And I must tell you about Claire’s stuffed crow…his name is Jon Crow, ha! xxxx
Presumably that’s Claire’s take on Jon Snow in “Game of Thrones” — cute guy — but am hoping that he doesn’t end up stuffed, too. (Don’t tell me, as I haven’t watched the final two episodes of Season 5 and it wasn’t looking good for him in the last episode I saw). xxxx
They do seem like they’re king or queen of all they survey, I love crows.
I love crows, too 🙂 Sometimes I talk to them in their language “Crowlese” (as I call it) and they answer back. It is always good to treat them with respect, as the crow grapevine is reputed to extend over a long distance. If you’re rude to one crow, all the others will get to hear of it and blacklist you forever.
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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