Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Photo: Crowing Over Plastic

Even though I've been here for nearly a year, I still find it a bit odd how crows are absolutely ubiquitous in Metro Vancouver. Everywhere you look, there's one chilling on some telephone lines or hopping around on the ground. Over the weekend I caught this one in Thornton Park, across from Pacific Central Station - I presume it did not much care for the taste of the discarded plastic bag some thoughtless person left in the grass.

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