The crow perched on the branch and was silhouetted

Crow perching on branch

Shot at Rikugien Garden in Komagome, Tokyo

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A crow was perched on the branch of a pine tree planted around the pond in the center of Rikugien Garden. Its figure was a beautiful silhouette. It is not uncommon to see crows in Tokyo. They are everywhere. Along with pigeons, they are probably the most common bird you see.

Since ancient times, crows have been regarded as a symbol of good omen, and the three-legged Yatagarasu (three-legged crow) even appears in the myth of the Jimmu conquest of Japan. Recently, however, crows have become much less popular. They are sometimes even treated as pests. The crows must be feeling the trend of the times.

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PHOTO DATA

No

37

Shooting Date

Mar 2005

Posted On

March 16, 2005

Modified On

May 13, 2021

Place

Komagome, Tokyo

Genre

Animal Photography

Camera

CANON EOS 1V

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