Sunday, 4 February 2018

Another bout of Rooks v Crows

This morning dawned crisp and frosty with that gorgeous Winter light that is two parts sunny, one part honey. There were several Hares scampering around in the neighbouring fields. 

Whilst I was busy watching the Hares, some Rooks turned up for the latest round of the corvid competition. I'm not sure they knew which game was to be played today, as they sat on the fence looking very undecided.

Eventually, the Hooded Crows put in an appearance (fielding a whole six players today) and proceeded to perform their version of the Kiwis' Haka.

Possibly in acknowledgement of the fact that this weekend saw the beginning of Rugby Union's Six Nations Trophy for 2018, the Rooks were inspired to bring along an appropriately-shaped potato.

Unfortunately, before I could figure out who was playing on the wing, the game had to be abandoned when Team Rook flew off with the ball.

In other news, with wall-to-wall blue sky and barely a breath of wind, Our Lass and I were just happy to be able to spend most of the day outside.


Spadger said...

very amusing!

Imperfect and Tense said...

It's not particularly highbrow, but some days it just writes itself!

Anonymous said...

Picture 2 looks like some mystical sea monster or do I need new specs???
Cpt. Sundial

Imperfect and Tense said...

Could be, Captain S!