back when I first started doing photography I had the difficult task of asking all my subjects for their permission to use their image in a photograph. it wasn’t until I finally read the law books that I realized you don’t have to ask permission to take pictures of birds. birds don’t have the same legal rights as humans apparently. outrageous but true
"Rarely do we see such honesty from modern booze companies…(this was a real brand btw, from early 1900s)." ~@DrunkenHistory
I didn’t realize this was two different ads for a good minute or so
Shared by West Coast Falconry on Facebook: “Here is a priceless photo! Neither birds are West Coast Falconry’s. A captive Harris Hawk at a museum up north was eating it’s rat on a perch outside when a wild female kestrel attempted to steal the rat. She left unharmed and empty taloned. Perfect photo timing = priceless image. :)”
In order to stand on the same cactus, the Harris Hawk stacks on top of each other.
Imagine Hannibal Lecter going down a slide and not once breaking eye contact w/ you.
I’m picturing a spiral slide, so he has to whip his head dramatically to keep eye contact
Now picture him doing it with his arms in the air