42 thoughts on “Horace

  1. Sweet as a Picture

    He looks like a Horace, however. I like his stature. His shows he’s not afraid to dig in deep and get dirty for what he wants. 🙂

  2. Hi Mike. I’ve looked at several of your photos, and paused on this one, cause I love Ravens – it’s been one of the best things about moving to the Southwest. Your photos are a combination of “wow, what a lucky shot” and showing your eye for composition, particularly in the black and white ones. Thanks for visiting my blog.

    1. Thanks, Ravens are one of my favorite birds to watch and observe for their many and varied behaviors and sounds. Thanks for the ind words on the blog. we have fun getting out and seeing and being in a more fractal and less contrived environment than the city we live in to make a living. Hope yo are having a good Sunday and wishing you a great week ahead.

    1. Hi, ravens are indeed so smart. I always feel like they are giving me the once over and trying to figure me out and perhaps they ware thinking about figuring out what we are thinking.

  3. Pingback: Horace returns – nature has no boss

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