I don't know Dean, we live a "gender neutral" world now, so maybe Reindeer #1? Still that would end up signifying some sort of...
Major "embarrass the wife moment" today. Dropped her at the door to Wally World to pickup a couple of things, and went to the far side...
Poor little Rudolph though...maybe Rudaleena?:biggrin-93:
Some of the names could still work, Dancer, Prancer... Vixen, ooh baby! lol
Blitzen, I don't know what kind of name that is anyway.
Well, I just learned something. I thought a buzzard was a vulture. Didn't know it was a bird of prey. Live and learn.
Don't think I have ever experienced Philly at night, so thanks for these! I would imagine Center City would give all sorts of opps.
:BangHead: Why don't people read the entire thread before replying?:biglaugh:
There you go. Sadie Mae sounds good to me! LOL
The title of this thread made me remember something I saw on the news this morning. According to some naturalist, what we have been told...
You ever wonder why dogs bite ... ? :cool-48:
Thanks, I have to admit for the crow it didn't look like that straight out of the camera. I had to do a little tweaking of the exposure...
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Nice shot. I had to do a search to see that you in Europe call these buzzards, while here in North America, we call vultures by that name.
They are such expressive creatures, aren't they?
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