March 1, 2014

Lone Crow


crowI took these pictures while the snow was still on the ground. Now that it's finally gone, some more is supposed to come on Sunday night. I'm tired of it.

I have to admit that another crow had been nearby but flew off before I composed these photos, so this fellow wasn't really alone.

Since these images were almost black and white, I took out the color in Photoshop, except for the third one. I cropped it instead.


Linking to: Camera Critters


17 comments:

  1. A bit of a challenge to find food in all that snow. Love the shots.

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  2. Great B&W photo!
    So much snow!
    We do not have snow at the moment.
    This winter is very special! Normaly it should have been one meter now!

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  3. Nice photos. I like the look of the lonely crow.

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  4. Love, love LOVE these images Linda!! I would be tired of snow too....that's why I moved south. Hope it begins to warm up for you and flowers appear soon.

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  5. You have to feel sorry for them in that kind of weather, struggling to find food. Hope the weather pics up for you Linda.
    All the best Gordon.

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  6. Nice contrast of the black with the white here.

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  7. He looks cold. I really like that last one.

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  8. Wonderfull black and white, greeting from Belgium

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  9. Lovely serie of photos! Especially I like the first one!

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  10. The crows come to my house daily looking for food. Tough year for birds so far.

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  11. Crows are such neat birds, very smart but hard to get close to out in my area. I like those photos, the first one seems to be walking and thinking. The 3rd one has nice detail and the cropping worked great.

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  12. Yes, that first one seems to have the crow thinking most seriously. Terrific captures!

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  13. All of these photos are beautiful. I really like the black and white pictures, but the last one is marvelous as well.

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  14. beautiful images of solitude!

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  15. Yes, I like your walk in the snow! Beautiful photos!

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