Thanks to eagle-eyed “Disperser Tracks” for pointing out this find in my post of yesterday. The “little gray bird” he referred to in his comments (to which I initially called him “imaginative”) is easily visible as an artifact of the leaf above. Of note, the original image was takes from a distance of about 30 feet, a testament to the reach of the telephoto lens.
Thanks for viewing, and (clearly) comments are always welcomed. M 🙂
6 thoughts on “A Different Thanksgiving Bird – Addendum to yesterday’s post!”
Where’s the Drumstick? Gizzards? Neckbone? Happy Toikey Days Schulzies!
Sorry…THAT bird is being prepped in the kitchen right now! Same to you and Bev! 🙂
Of course, some will see it as a c-130 gunship . . . to each their own, I suppose.
Or how about a Cessna high tail biz jet flying left, just about 5 mm above the leaf! Happy TG to you and Melissa as well!
I still don’t see a bird!!
OK! How about a small gray and black “X” patch just left of the large bud. Admittedly, it might take a drink or two “see” the bird, or plane or whatever. M 🙂