“C” is for..

Saint Golowin thought that in Paradise, the crows had multicoloured wings. But after Adam and Eve were driven away from the Paradise, the crows started to eat carrion. So they became black-feathered. At the end of time, the crows will find their beauty again and sing harmoniously to Praise God

About Brenda

"Brenda adores the birds. She is enchanted with their grace, their beauty. It was the birds and being out among them that gave her the peace she so needed and forged a new passion She uses a camera to capture those incredible moments, to savor them and share them with others. For her the camera was freedom. Brenda spent her life healing others, and dealing with incredible pain and despair. The world of birds and nature and photography was what she turned to in order to see the beautiful side of the world" Eric Curtis Cummings
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13 Responses to “C” is for..

  1. Jenn says:

    What a colorful bird– and I learned something new. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. drchoneydew says:

    Oh Jenn, he really is black as coal, i experimented with the colors and highlighted the luminous/purple green, BUT did find that quote and think it interesting!! :0)

  3. Paula Martin says:

    Interesting info, I’d never heard that before.

    • drchoneydew says:

      Me either Paula..lots of things i never heard of before when researching for GBE2 contributions. :0)

  4. daphne says:

    beautiful photo.

  5. jenni says:

    WOW!! that is beautiful. Both to read and to see … thanks for sharing

  6. sandra Tyler says:

    I actually think that crows as they are now are quite handsome!

  7. Jo says:

    Crazy old crows! lol They are plentiful in my yard and around my feeders. They announce their arrival and most of the other birds make room for them. They aren’t mean to the others, they’re just LOUD!

  8. The colors in this bird are amazing and he seems to be wearing them proudly. 🙂

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