David DiMichele
Pseudodocumentation: Broken Glass, 2006

Jupiter Occultation
Maurice Toet - July 15, 2012

Taunting Gravity #4, Bozeman, Montana, by Larry Blackwood
"Crows and ravens are both revered and reviled. They are one of the few avian species to thrive in the presence of man, using intelligence and adaptability to survive. Their feats of sometimes ruthless ingenuity, along with their trickster traits in the pursuit of their goals are nearly unprecedented in the animal world. It is perhaps because these traits remind us uncomfortably of ourselves at times that crows and ravens have earned a significant place in art, literature, and religion over the millennia."

still from She Walks Through Her Sunken Dream by Geoffrey Pugen.