The Upper Class Crow

Gujarat Trip - Part 2

I am a crow, not from the public. I am from the cream layer of the riches. I don't eat rats, and I don't drink drainage water. My class is different. I can no longer satisfy my thirst just with the water; I need something more than that; I need soft drinks :) See the below photographs my wife took :)

Photographs of a Crow Holding a Soft Drink Pack
Photograph of a Crow Having Soft Drink Drop-by-Drop

Gujarat Trip - Part 1

38 comments :

  1. I guess he likes variety in his diet also.

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  2. :) totally funny post!

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  3. Thanks Lara.

    Your blog are quite interesting :)

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  4. hi, thanks for visiting my Harley blog too :). Currently I am posting from the Grossglockner bike tour, in Austria.

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  5. That's so fascinating. I am a great fan of the Harley Davidson bikes, and wish, one day I will be able to afford one :)

    Your both the blogs are wonderful, and I have added myself to the followers :)

    Birdhouses, Birdfeeders, Birdbath

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  6. crows are very intelligent ! you were at the right place at the right momment to catch this ! well done !

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  7. You're right Babzy. I've seen crows doing smarter things than this :)

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  8. Cute bird. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Or maybe the birdy just likes the bright yellow colour?

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  10. I hope it wasn't too empty - before he (she?) started!

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  11. This is really cool! Crows are so smart!

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  12. 'He' looks so big; he could be a raven. Funny that they like the trash of people.

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  13. Funny! Can't blame him for wanting something better than the usual crow fare.

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  14. That may be the case Chrome3D :)

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  15. Hi JM,

    Sometimes they are smarter than humans :)

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  16. Hi April,

    Quite a weird act by the raven.

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  17. Friend, I enjoyed your well composed words than the images :)

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  18. Hi Deepak (exposemaximum),

    I thought writing is the second best thing I do, first being photography :) But I have started to know that it's vice-versa. Even Janie mentioned in her Pay it Forward post that she likes reading my way put putting it.

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  19. Well spotted..even the crows prefer sugar!

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  20. Hi Angela,

    My wife spotted it :)

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  21. He's a brave crow. the crows living here are not sociable, they fly off at the sight of people.

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  22. I love watching crows and their antics. Their intelligence is something to ponder. Well captured photos.

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  23. Hi Dusty Lens,

    Actually, it was photographed from a distance. But yes, the crows here are brave enough. You can easily reach up to 5 feet from them.

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  24. how intelligent!!! wow.

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  25. I love crows! I need to come back later and catch up.

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  26. You'll need to come back quick Sandy; I'm going to post a new information shortly :)

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  27. a funny crow, and a demanding one too:))

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  28. i remember story of a thirsty crow , but this one with higher aim! ha ha ha gr8 exp!

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