Cacophony of Cawing Crows

One of my favorite Halloween icons is the Crow.
I am easily entertained observing a gathered group
as they engage in interesting conversation.
They are raucous, cunning, organized and mischievous...
admirable traits indeed. Though their black plumage,
deadly beaks, razor sharp talons and displeasing eating
habits befriends these birds to the dark side, I find them
to be delightful characters and a welcomed distraction
from my studio window.
Black Wing Greeting Cards available in ETSY.

9 comments:

LillySue said...

Crows and black cats!

Faerie Moon Creations said...

I love crows as well. I keep two figurines in my studio year round. They keep all my other "friends" in line. :) Theresa

penny patten said...

Crows and more crows, a sure sign of Halloween!

Debbie said...

As usual I LOVE your site. It looks like you have been crazy busy!!!!! I think every looks even better than last year and I did not think THAT was POSSIBLE!?!?!?! Keep up the wonderful work. I am updating your link on my blog. Have a great holiday season. Deb

The Blushing Hostess said...

Those are beautiful I would love to send them to my family this year, and the title is quite a mouthful, can you say it three times fast? :)

denise said...

i love halloween, you are right is the most wonderful time of the year and crows are great :)

Sarah said...

I, too, am a big fan of crows for fall decorating. I have several here and there around our house during this season. Sprinkle in a few black cats, pumpkins, and a witch or two and that's Halloween in our home. ~ Sarah

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Crows and raven are my favorite birds. That liking makes people look at me in a bizare way. ;)

bockel24 said...

I know what you mean, Melissa: Even if a crow picks all the food I´ve put on my balcony for blackbirds and blue-bonnets, I´m happy to watch her eating the delicious meal ... in fact crows are my favourite birds, I think. As I´ve just read a book about their intelligence, I´m very interested in watching them and do that quite often.