Grandma always said crazy is as crazy does.
Great blackbird picture! I need to take more pictures. I used to take pictures a lot and somewhere along the way, I just stopped doing it as much. Looking at your photos makes me want to grab my camera and take more pictures.I think you will enjoy the cookies with milk. (I ate too many) :)Thanks for being my blog friend.-Michelle
Woah, Hitchcock much?
Ryan's right. Looks just like The Birds. Creepy. And cool at the same time!
This is sooooo cool Andrew! The blackbirds against the blue, blue sky ... awesome!
Hi..I'm Jennifer and I've been reading your blog for a couple of weeks now. I just want to "delurk" and tell you that I absolutely love your writing, and I think you are a very artistic and intelligent person. Your photos are incredible! You really should explore your literary talent and your eye for photography..I know it's easy for a complete stranger like me to say that, but I'm sure your other readers would agree with me.Thanks for such an amazing blog! You are really inspiring. :)-Jennifer from Maryland
Wow, this is an amazing photo.
We have tons of them down here now. I hate their CAW.
In my part of the world, we have crows. This is an awesome picture - I love the black against that beautiful blue sky.
sing a song of sixpence a pocket full of rye,..four and 20 blackbirds...dadeedahhdeedumm....I want to say, Baked in a pie..I need to curtail the mother hubbard nursery rhymes..Great pictures! Were they loud? Always,Crusty~
pssst..IT's snowing big flakes right now in chicago! :)Always,Crusty~
Here via blogexplosion.Nice pic....hopefully your car wasn't parked beneath!!ChrisMy Blog
Great picture, but I'm a little freaked out!
Awesome! What a great shot!
I've been reading your blog for a little over a week now, Andrew, and I just wanted to say how much I enjoy both your writing and your photos. In fact, your blackbird photo inspired me to take one of my own, which I've posted on my blog along with a link here. Anyway, I just wanted to say how much I like your blog, and I look forward to reading it regularly in the future! Lives Less Ordinary
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