Audrey Corregan

Audrey Corregan

Audrey Corregan

Audrey Corregan

“They are big, almost our alter egos. These imposing creatures turn their backs on us in superb indifference, captivated by a sight that we cannot see. With their wide necks and large bodies, these hieratic silhouettes fill the cramped space of the frame. They offer us the patterns of their lustrous speckled plumage.”

By Audrey Corregan.

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  1. Aren’t raptors magnificent birds? Well…aren’t ALL birds? I love the iridescent blue sheen of feathers. And the one perfect heart on the Snowy Owl’s neck. I wish the birds were identified. The second one is a type of crow, I think. (wide neck, large body…alas, I have no plumage)

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