Sunday, March 28, 2010

Spindling cliff swallows

Cormorants would fly in batches, reel around an island of trees, dive into the water and flow with the currents.
Many of them leave flaps of water in their wake.
Today while looking at a picture of a gliding hawk, horizontal view, I was reminded of the extended 'r's we would use to denote birds in sketches.
A faint look at Sora.
Saw a hawk's claw, real pointy edges.

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