My contribution for this week’s challenge…
Last Friday I ventured down to Port Arlington…
and spotted this group of swans just off shore.
Their long gracefully bent necks can easily twist into all manner of poses to assist with daily ablutions.
Crows, while very intelligent, are a sheep farmers worst enemy during winter lambing, in particular. With ready food being scarce a new-born lamb makes an ideal target. And crow’s target is the lamb’s eye. With a distinctly twisted sense of right, it is no wonder these birds are not loved by the farming community.
The gnarled and twisted branches of this specimen have seen better days and will make good fire wood in the near future.
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