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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

ABC Wednesday: T is for Turkey

I photographed this turkey several years ago while hiking on the Appalachian trail. This time of the year, I'm thankful that I'm not a turkey.
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19 comments:

Indrani said...

So perfect after the occasion.

Karen said...

Wild turkeys are so much better looking than domestic ones!

Kate said...

A terrific photo for the season. Hope this guy wasn't part of your meal!l Kate, ABC Team

photowannabe said...

Like this photo Carver.
What a perky turkey.
I don't want to be a turkey either.

Roger Owen Green said...

well, if you're still around, Tom, you're safe...until Christmas!

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Luna Miranda said...

haha! i commiserate with the turkeys.

Leslie: said...

Tom Turkey better watch out...Christmas is coming! lol

Leslie
abcw team

MaR said...

Terrific choice, Carver, and nice shot of that turkey :)

T is for...

Unknown said...

You caught this turkey where it belongs!
But I have to admit, I love to eat turkey as well:)

EG CameraGirl said...

Oh, this is such a fun shot, Carver!

Ann said...

I think Mr. Turkey should stay out of the clearing!!

Ruby Manchanda said...

Great shot.

Wanda said...

Mr. Tom looking very happy now that Thanksgiving is over.

Like Roger said, be careful, Christmas is just around the corner.

PhenoMenon, ABCW Team said...

Looks thankful that the Thanksgiving is over !

PhenoMenon, ABCW

Gillian Olson said...

I love to see pictures of turkeys in the wild. Good one.

Nonnie said...

I was lucky enough to see a turkey up close only once, but he wasn't in the wild. I'd never be able to raise them because I like the taste of turkey and I couldn't kill something I raised. I'd be a poor farmer of animals, that's for sure.

ChrisJ said...

I have never seen a wild turkey in the countryside. Such a weird looking creature. But they taste so good.

Chubskulit Rose said...

I think Thanksgiving is a the "death" penalties for turkeys.


Catching up with all the T entries.

Travels & Wandering
Rose, ABC Wednesday Team

Mama Pajama said...

when I lived in Vermont, there was one spot on the road to a friend's house where a flock of wild turkeys would cross. it happened so often that I learned to slow down as I approached to avoid hitting them. when I told my friend about it, she said, "you know, if you hit one just right, you could bring it with you for dinner." ha!

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