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White Heron at the “other” Chrysalis Stage
They seem well disciplined walking in a line.
Oh. I thought you were offering me a drink. Dinner it is, then.
Nice shot!We have a lot of wild turkeys here even an albino.
Believe it or not, I have never seen a wild turkey before.;)xoZuzana
So cool!I've never seen a wild turkey either. :-)
Looks almost like an Impressionist painting.
I love wild things! Turkeys especially! : )
I love turkey. I know someone who makes turkey calls, and the sound those things make is such a laugh fest! Turkeys are great, all-round entertainment, fersure.
Happy Thanksgiving to you!!
I've never seen one alive nor have I eaten any of those pretty birds.Could this picture be off the lable of the drinking kind?..
Funny that whiskey rather than nature comes first to mind at the mention of "wild turkey". Your picture is really good.
Run for the hills!
Wow, great shot! Happy WW and Happ Thanksgiving!
This shot looks like it was work to get. I have only seen wild turkeys once and they ran around so much I am shocked you could get more than one in the picture.Just my experience.Great photo!
this makes me sad for when I eat them. back to vegetarian consideration.
I don't think I've actually seen a wild turkey either. I still want to eat them. yummmmm
Wild Turkey? Awesome, great capture perfect for the holiday!Have a peaceful Thanksgiving Nessa
Hey Nessa, I once saw a line of wild turkeys in the country here and I gobbled at them. They stopped and gobbled back at me. They made me think of the June Taylor dancers--remember the old TV show? I wonder if it was the Ed Sullivan show. Anyway, here's to wild turkeys.
P.S. I just googled the June Taylor dancers and found out it was the Jackie Gleason show.
Seems appropriate for Thanksgiving :)I am visiting family in New York for the holidays, and we have quite a few wild turkeys around here.
Happy Thanksgiving to you my dear sweet friend and to your family. :) Lay off the woo woo's so the Turkey gets cooked properly :)
I wonder where their hide-out is!
When we lived in Crystal Falls we often had wild turkeys in the back yard.
I don't want to look or study the picture since I'm eating one tomorrow. . .
Hope you had a great Thanksgiving!
When I lived in Oregon, we saw wild Turkeys all the time! They were almost more of a nuisance. Seeing your picture I realize though that I do miss them!Have a great day!
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