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So, next week I'm signed up for Comica Comiket and I have Page 45 on the other end of the email wondering if I have any stock and I have pretty much nothing left. Reprint time, then. Or "printer-breaking season" as I prefer to term it. If I can find the originals, that is. Not so hard for the ones which are in the computer, but physical masters are a challenge to find in the house of sweeping papers. I've been looking on and off all week for a green folder, for example, as I have a vague memory of it containing something important. You see, I distinctly remember putting the masters for "Owl is Angry" somewhere clever so I'd be able to find them again easily, with the wholly predictable result that they are no-where to be found. Go ahead, laugh. I bring it on myself, after all.

And, in the meantime, happy friday from me and the very happy pigeon below. There was a tree full of them, all nomming down, and one flew at my head! Maybe they're just going for anything berry coloured at the moment. I saw a blackbird on the Firethorn this morning.

om nom nom

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( 4 worms — Feed the birds )
applez
14th Nov, 2008 14:44 (UTC)
Nice!
It almost seems strange to me to see a whole, healthy, pigeon eating berries from a tree. I'm far too used to the wounded sort here, fed on greasy discards and cigarette butts...
cleanskies
14th Nov, 2008 15:56 (UTC)
not a rotten foot among them
Oxford pigeons are a health-conscious lot. They're looking especially glossy and well-fed this year.
thegreenman
14th Nov, 2008 18:27 (UTC)
We had a Sparrowhawk powerdive into the (now open to the sky) fruit cage yesterday. It fragged a blackbird.

I would rather it had a go at the pidgeons...but there you go, that's nature for you.

tinyjo
19th Nov, 2008 21:02 (UTC)
That's such a gorgeous photo!
( 4 worms — Feed the birds )