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Uploaded: 12/13/12 1:28 AM GMT
Poplar Crow
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As anyone can tell what we have here is a common crow sitting in a poplar tree. Don't be confused by the maple in the foreground because that is actually an oak, but not a mighty oak. The crow itself does not appear to be all too popular with its mates.

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.icedancer
12/13/12 2:03 AM GMT
I would never have guess it was a poplar, lol. Great patterns in the trees with the white stuff, he doesn't looked pleased either. I shoveled 2 hours this morning.
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Have a Sunny Day
.Starglow
12/13/12 3:40 AM GMT
Super black and white color tone here. Great capture.
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::Dunstickin
12/13/12 8:11 AM GMT
Musta bee a good fart eh!!!!!

Same thing happens to me sometimes!

A nice wintry scene too
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.gizmo1
12/13/12 4:29 PM GMT
Great composition to this photo and I love how you have the bird on the far left and I like the sharp detail in the branches with the snow and bark showing in this photograph.
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::trixxie17
12/13/12 7:24 PM GMT
Very sharp detail - the bird almost looks unreal.
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. . . "What a desolate place would be a world without a flower! It would be a face without a smile, a feast without a welcome." A.J. Balfour
.CDHale
12/13/12 8:22 PM GMT
I like this wintery scene, good comp., great depth.
- Christie
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::stonewolff
12/13/12 11:22 PM GMT
OUTSTANDING my Friend! A beautiful shot!....the Crow, also known as 'the messenger;' one who watches and knows the future.....cool.....
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.rvdb
12/14/12 7:44 PM GMT
Really stands out must say Wendell very good.

Rob
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The reason why the sun sets in the evening is because it wants to see the sunrise in the morning. I rise in the morning because I want to see them both. RvdB
::SEFA
12/16/12 10:44 AM GMT
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