Interesting Photo of the Day: Curious Crow

Crows have garnered a reputation as highly intelligent creatures after studies showed that the birds can remember faces, strategize, and even conspire with one another. With the brain power that matches that of a human toddler, it’s no wonder that the crow we see below was so curious about the camera he was inspecting:

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“Inquisitiveness” captured by Key GROSS (Via Imgur. Click to see full size.)

The photographer behind this gripping image is Russian-based, Key GROSS (Konstantin Smirnov), who has an inherent knack for black and white photography. For this photo, he used a SONY DSC-H2 with the following settings: 6mm focal length, 1/25 shutter speed, f/2.8 aperture, and ISO 80.

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One response to “Interesting Photo of the Day: Curious Crow”

  1. David Price says:

    The bird subject shown s most likely a raven instead of a crow. I say this because the photographer lives in Russia, and the American crow is only found in the USA, southern Canada, and northern Mexico. Crows are part of the species Corvus which includes the raven.

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