Counting Crows

By February 26, 2019 February 27th, 2019 2019, Blog
K. Randall Wilcox - Fine Art Photography

I don’t remember the last time I had some many birds flying around when I was out taking pictures. It was pretty cool to hear them call out in the quiet at many of the diff’t spots I stopped at. While they are still small in these pix I’m reminded of of how small we really in this universe.

K. Randall Wilcox - Fine Art Photography
While abandoned places still hold a special place within, I’ve been drawn more and more lately to expansive landscapes in particular clouds and atmospheric skies.

K. Randall Wilcox - Fine Art PhotographyI hope it’s not another 12 years before I’m able to swing back through. But until next time, THANK YOU Joshua Tree for being that magical and spiritual place to fell, let go and heal.

K. Randall Wilcox - Fine Art PhotographyAnd that last frame in this series, there were two crows that flew around my rental van.

K. Randall Wilcox - Fine Art Photography

It is usually believed that the crow is a symbol of bad luck and death, but it is not always the case. As we have already said, a crow may be a symbol of life magic and mysteries. It also symbolizes intelligence, flexibility and destiny.

K. Randall Wilcox - Fine Art Photography

Stay safe and fly fast y’all.

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