After the rain this afternoon, a group of blackbirds swooped down and perched on the branches of various trees in our neighbour’s yard. We’ve never seen so many of them at once.
These photos are of blackbirds perched on the branches of a pear tree . . . their black features forming silhouettes against the grey-white clouds above them.
I understand that a group of crows and/or blackbirds is called a murder, so I’ve entitled the collection of photos in this post – “Silhouette Of Murder“.
Squawking away, the black birds seemed busy scheming their next move . . . their next resting place . . . their next victim. See a few zoomed-in shots below: