母ちゃん、メシくれ~~ mama, feed us!

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To my friend, Peter 🙂

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64 thoughts on “母ちゃん、メシくれ~~ mama, feed us!

      • Yes, your crows (and indeed, your country as a whole) left a very good impression. And as for teenagers I try to be tolerant of their occasionally irritating and boisterous behaviour, on the basis that I was one too (albeit a VERY long time ago!) 😊 Best wishes.

    • Hello Mr. Matti,
      I am happy you like this “crow family.” 🙂 The “babies” were very active and noisy.
      Thank you always, for your warm comment. Wish you and your wife a good week!

    • Thank you very much for your high praise of my blog!
      Currently, my blog is “award free” so regretfully I will be unable to participate. However, I wish you many Congratulations on the award. Your artwork is wonderful and it’s always a pleasure to follow your updates 🙂
      Best wishes,
      Takami

      • We completely understand and want to thank you for your thoughtful reply. To be honest this was more to show our appreciation for the wonderful photographs you share on your blog. We hope more people get to see your beautiful work and we wish you nothing but good things coming your way.
        Sara & Gisela

    • Many Thanks, Donna! ❤
      It was also my first time to view this moment with my own eyes. There was quite a commotion, I thought some birds were waging war. When I saw the source – these 2 "teenagers" – I couldn't help but laugh, and quickly snap some shots.
      I love how the inside of the mouths are bright pink in the juveniles, and their eyes have a blue tint. I can imagine their parents are dreaming of the day they leave the nest 😀

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    Ravishing Ravens of the Long-billed crow variety, by exemplary wildlife photographer, Takami at T Ibara Photo, where a picture is worth a thousand words. And then some. Large-billed crows, in Japanese translation, are called ハシブトガラス (“hashibuto-garasu”). © Takami Ibara (“T Ibara Photo”) All photographs & images on T Ibara Photo are copyrighted by Takami Ibara (茨原 孝貞). Any and all use of materials on T Ibara Photo without prior written consent is strictly prohibited.

      • They are my favorites. I just love them. The Bird Flu took most of our beautiful crows and now I only see one or two, every now and then. They used to bring their babies to my yard, so they could splash in the birdbaths and eat the seeds and peanuts I left for them. But that plague was a disaster. I miss they so very much.

        • I am so sorry that many of the crows fell prey to the Bird Flu. I can imagine how wonderful it must have been to see the parent crows bring their babies right to your yard. Crows are very intelligent, so they must have known there is a safe haven with you. Thank you very much for sharing this moment with me.

    • Thank you so much Carol!
      Peter has always been so supportive of my photography over the years, and I knew he loved crows. Therefore, I wanted to show a small gesture of appreciation 🙂
      Thank you for all your encouragement too ❤

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