FACE OF A CROW
I photographed this crow along Puget Sound, where, for millenia, crows have had a relationship with people. Crows are intelligent problem-solvers, and have recently been found by scientists to have the ability to recognize and remember human faces. That said, they are wary of humans and maintain a discreet distance even though they live in close proximity to us.
What do you see in this crow portrait: Intelligence? Wariness? A warning? People have long read these traits into the presence of crows and ravens. I see them as wonderfully adapted and creative individuals–much like the people they live among.
Presented in an edition of 250 [numbers 151-250 designated for the PrintedArt.com edition].
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