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Friday, January 14, 2011


A turkey vulture flying overhead.
On my walk I went right by a freshly dead bird? creature? that didn't make it through the night, and I scared away a whole flock of turkey vultures--they took to the sky in wide circles, all the way home they seemed to be circling and following me? Or perhaps it was a whole different band of vultures? I felt grateful for the vultures of the world and tried to look upon the freshly dead in a different light.


martha miller said...

scroll the page up and down and watch the wing feathers!

Spiritartartist said...

They are magnificent birds and do a great job around here. I am grateful for them. American vultures belong to the Cathartidae family, derived from a Greek word, meaning "cleanser". Great shot!

Susan Beauchemin said...

Hey! The wing tip feathers move!


Hi Spiritartist, I agree about what a great job they do and thanks for the meaning of their name!

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