Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Animal Wednesday: Ravens, Crows, Magpies and White Doves

One tree, all those birds, just so wonderful to see them all getting along.
Too busy to write, I have presents to finish and wrap and send and cards to make.
Some of my friends will be getting new year's gifts and cards :-). Happy Animal Wednesday! XOXO


Unknown said...

Hello Annie, love this birds post. I have 2 parakeet at home..and they make so much noise in the morning and many other birds will pop over because of our water features. Happy week and Christmas my friend. Hugs..M

~Babs said...

Love your bird tree Annie.
You must have delightful sounds all around you. And such a variety,,a visual feast.

secret agent woman said...

I was just watching the birds at the feeders. SO many varieties! I really love that.

studio lolo said...

Oh how I long to see a magpie!

Great shot of the birdy crew ;)♥

mermaid said...

I think those birds are spirits from the Heavens watching you smile and create.

kj said...

i got a lovely card today.

tweet! tweet!

yoborobo said...

I love seeing the birds in the trees! :) And I have a friend who sends me her Christmas card in the Spring. It always makes me laugh (and comes complete with a Christmas photo!). xox!

Jos said...

I've never really gotten over the fact that a group of ravens is called an unkindness of ravens. It's strange to think that so many people see ravens in such a poor light. I think they have a particular kind of beauty. One you have to look for.

Doves on the other hand, ah well they just are so beautiful, I love the shape of their necks.

Tried to leave a message earlier Annie, but blogger is playing up I think. Happy Friday! xx Jos

Laura said...

a beautiful image of harmonious existence!

angela recada said...

Hello my darling friend! I LOVED seeing all those birds together. If only more people would get along so well!
I'm wishing you a wonderful holiday season, and all the very best for 2011.

Sending you huge hugs and lots of love,

Anonymous said...

Amazing shots. Usually the other birds keep away from the corvids. Perfect for the season of goodwill.