A Ravens Power

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  1. Battou

    Battou No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Been holding on to this one for a wile now, taken last summer.

    Taken with Vivitar 400mm on Canon EF, ASA 800
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    You mean to say: it is all his?
    It looks small for a raven... would it not much rather be a jackdaw?
    Not sure if this photo had spoken to me without your giving this thread about it the title you did give it...
     
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    He is King of the mountain there, he claims it for himself :thumbup:


    No, he is infact a raven, small yes but a raven none the less. Bare in mind I live on the other side of the pond and the jackdaw is a European bird, Additionally the jackdaw are smaller yet than a common crow, of whitch this guy was quite a bit bigger. This was taken a few hundred yards from a transformer station, those lines and pylons are not small.

    Sometimes it is the title that makes or brakes an image.
     

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