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Sunday, November 9, 2008

Monochrome Monday: Wild Turkey

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Catherine said...

What a strange bird!
It's a perfect subject for . . .Thanksgiving ; )
Beware, she's looking at you with a weird eye, now.

Mojo said...

I bow to you! I have tried to get shots of these creatures in the wild and have never been able to pull it off. They're elusive little buggers. I came close once in the mountains, but they got away anyhow.

Congratulations on a great capture of a rare quarry!

babooshka said...

Wils he looks livid. Seriously hard to catch wild birds, well done.

~Just Me~ said...

Aww cute....looks like he's trying to get away from you before thanksgiving.

Carletta said...

Hi Carver,
Great capture!
I haven't seen any around my property for a few weeks now - maybe they're hiding.

Horsoon said...

Despite the 'noisy' background, the turkey stands out due to the 'just nice' lighting! Whoa, good shot, Carver!

Robert V. Sobczak said...

'Tis the season. Turkeys seem to be everywhere, ... although come to think of it they may not be out west. We have them down here in south Florida, wild ones, but not many.

Anonymous said...

The bird looks a little concerned because you caught it crossing a path. Good one.

Liz said...

Great shot! And a real contrast with the previous post too!

mrsnesbitt said...

Wonderful to see them in their natural habitat.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Cool! I have yet to catch a wild turkey with my camera. ;-)

Daryl said...

Wild turkeys are so funny looking .. do you know the cartoonist Al Capp had a 'character' called a Schmoo ... and they were patterned after wild turkeys.



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