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I just took this picture of a fine Brooklyn fellow. Him and his moll have been having quite a feast.
Nature not being cheap on red today.
Click on the pic to see his lovely feathers.
Aren't these tail feathers swirly and elegant?
Posted by Jennifer Michael Hecht on June 11, 2010 at 04:50 PM in Jennifer Michael Hecht, The Lion and the Honeycomb | Permalink
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