Clever Crow

By: Emad

Sep 20 2011

Tags: , ,

Category: Nature Photography, Photography

21 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:210mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/250 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 1100D
Clever Crow

“We learned to be patient observers like the owl but We learned cleverness from the crow” – Tom Brown, Jr.

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21 comments on “Clever Crow”

  1. Crows are crafty. We have several around here.

  2. For something so clever, he almost seems a little puzzled as he stares something on top of the wall…

  3. This is so nice photograph, Emad, and also how true this quote, Thank you for sharing with us, with my love,
    nia

  4. Excellent shot Emad

  5. I read about some crows that had learned a trick.
    One group was picking up acorns, putting them in the street and waiting for cars to run over them, crushing the shells and making a much easier meal of them.
    Clever indeed!

  6. Excellent photoblog!

  7. Nice picture! The black and White effect ads to the charm of it!

  8. Nice Photo, I love working with black and white. So I am an amateur photographer and i was wondering whether you would be able to suggest a SLR to buy..

    • Thanks clare… I would say i you are amateur Photographer like me buy a cheap DSLR first like my Canon EOS 1100D or Canon 1000D… Learn how to use the tricks and laws of Photography… den go for fancy and expensive ones 🙂

  9. I had a pentax k2000 for awhile however it got stolen at a party…Thanx for the advice cheers, follow me blog

  10. Wonderful image, I like it in black and white a lot, Emad.

  11. Crows are truly beautiful. And clever as well, check out this article/ videos – mindblowing – http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/8631486.stm.
    As per the photo, the black-and-white only does it justice! Congrats, Emad


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