Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
One word: DINNER. (yum)!Turkey is my favorite meat. :D My Photo Hunt is up! I hope you can visit. Have a great weekend!Mrs. Mecomberhttp://newyorktraveler.net
How do those birds look so majestic both in the woods and on the plate?
Neat photos! I could see you chasing the birds through the trees ;-)...sunset critters!
Too funny! Great post for Thanksgiving. Lovely turkey's too!
They look almost big enough to harvest.
oh wow great timely pic
awww... seeing these cute birds makes me wanna go vegetarian... I do love seeing them scamper about!
Well done EG, these critters are really smart to hiding in these days!I think they need to run! :)Happy Camera Critters!purrs and loveLuna
If these turkeys are down here in the U.S. I know why they're trying to hide. If they didn't hide they could become the centerpiece of a family dinner!
That would be Thanksgiving dinner. Yeah they better go run and hide. Great critter photos.
Ha Ha, they can run, but they can't hide!Turkeys have made a comeback, and they are everywhere around here.B.
Smart turkeys to be hiding out at THIS time of year! Great shot ;-)Hugs and blessings,
Turkeys are just plain screwy...but then who can blame them...other animals hunt them down and eat them!Have a great rest of the weekend!
EG: That was a neat capture in the woods. I had thought about showing a turkey. What is really neat is your Thanksgiving is passed.
They are certainly frequent in Ontario. So much fun capturing them, digitally!
If they know what's good for them, they'll keep running! ;o)
They must have heard the first Christmas Carol being played and just knew that they would soon be on the menu.
are you trying to take their picture? The family protrait. MB
They are running because they know you are getting ready to shoot.......................their picture that is!
How did you manage to get so close? I approach and they retreat. They don't hurry, just maintain their distance.Darla
You're out hunting for your Thanksgiving dinner? lol I keep seeing them everywhere too. :)
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