LONGLEAF STORIES

full circle in the hundred acre wood

It was about 8:10 when I noticed some sort of creatures out in the front yard. Grabbing my eyeglasses, I saw six big turkey gobblers.

The morning was drizzly and foggy, and was soon followed by a day of deluge. The turkeys must have watched the Weather Channel. They seemed to know a big breakfast was in order before the flood.

My camera doesn’t have a large lens, and so I was surprised that this photo, shot through a glass door from a distance, produced recognizable gobblers. I must have watched them with my little binoculars for ten minutes. What a gift.

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