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April 8, 2016 § 15 Comments
the cockerel divinare
Tagged: alectryomancy, birds, chickens, cockerel, divination, guardian, latin, portrait, rooster, shaman, shield, spiritual belief systems
What a beautiful, intense bird.
Very nice capture.
What a striking fellow. Thanks for sharing.
I can’t believe I had to look up “cockerel.” It’s not even 8 o’clock, and I have a new word. Thanks for that, and for a wonderful image.
I love the colors of that bird. Very fierce looking.
Where did he come from? Is this a wild bird?
He lives down the road. He’s out from the coop feasting on ticks.
He’s a beaut!
I could look at him all day — beautiful!
Love the photo and your description, Catherine! 🙂 ❤
hen defender! brilliant!
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