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Sure. I found the crow. I love your title. Nice shot. The tones and especially the textures of the tree branches are right on the money.Can't wait for warm weather and a cool glass of ice tree.
I really like this photo and the crow is perfectly placed...How nice that he or she cooperated..@:}
Crow - not iced. Cold feet though.
Something so beautiful about bare branches and snow, and always best captured in black and white.
Aware, thanks for your input! I value your comments and suggestions. I'm looking forward to warm days and ice tea, too. Michelle, I've been hunting black crows in the snow for weeks, and this is as close as I've gotten to a decent shot. They are surprisingly wary.Aileni, I often wonder how wildlings can survive the ice and cold.Babooshka, Welcome! I love your name. And I agree - I love bare branches in black and white.
Beautiful and I see the crow. I love seeing bare branches covered with white. The Road to Here
Very sparkly - especially in black and white. The crow is always in b/w!
The poor crow must have such cold feet! The tree is beautiful.
This is a stunning shot. What a gorgeous tree. Yes, the lone crow needs some company!
Yes, love the white tree as it has become, and the blackness of the crow for effect - how thoughtful of it! Good shot!
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