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Wrought Iron painted black, and crow naturally black. Look closer and you will observe that the black is something very special - amazing lustres of dark metallic blues combining to what we can only see as black from a distance.

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Totaly Outdoors: Whiskered Treeswift, found in Singapore, Thailand, Philippines

☆☆Beautiful Crow, one of my favourite birds ♡ They are so intelligent beautiful, I don't understand people not liking them or being afraid of them☆☆

Crows are members of a widely distributed genus of birds, Corvus, in the family Corvidae. Ranging in size from the relatively small pigeon-size jackdaws to the Common Raven of the Holarctic region and Thick-billed Raven of the highlands of Ethiopia.

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Azure-winged Magpie (cyanopica cyanus) ~ by Fernando Sanchez de Castro. This is a wonderful color combination for a card.

The Scissor-tailed Flycatcher, Tyrannus forficatus, aka the Texas bird-of-paradise - saw many on the King Ranch, Texas

the statesman by Thomas Alexander on 500px

Those of us who live and work on the Rappahannock River and elsewhere in teh Chesapeake Bay Watershed are not stranger to the sentinel-like blue herons. Great Blue Heron photo by Thomas Alexander

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The Racket-tailed Treepie (Crypsirina temia) is an Asian treepie, a member of the Corvidae (crow) family. his bird occurs in southern Burma (Myanmar),.

Black-shouldered Kite ~ Miks' Pics "Fowl Feathered Friends lV" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/fowl-feathered-friends-lv/

emuwren: “ The Black-shouldered Kite - Elanus axillaris, are medium to small raptors. Though reported across Australia, they are most common in the south-east and south-west of the mainland. Photo by.

all-knowing crow.

Raven to portray the symbol of death "The raven himself is hoarse" - Lady Macbeth Act 1 Scene 5 Raven Crow Rook Black Goth Myth Fear Darkness Wild

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Did you know, the only real difference between crows and ravens is that crows have five pinion feathers, and that ravens only have four. So the difference between a crow and a raven? Well, that’s a matter of… a pinion.