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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Wordless Wednesday



Male Blue Grouse




31 comments:

  1. These pictures are amazing!! Love the one of the duo!

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  2. KB. WOW! I hope I can find a cool animal run while I'm in AK to hopefully get pics like this. Amazing!

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  3. So beautiful, love the bird in action
    Benny & Lily

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  4. I love all these pictures. The bear is especially great, but so are the dogs, and the bird, and the flower and . . . . .

    Cheers and hugs,

    Jo, Stella, Zkhat and RM

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  5. Each one of those pictures is a work of art for a different reason! I've never seen a bird like that. What kind is it?

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  6. AAAWWWW just what we were waiting for.

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  7. Amazing! Beautiful! Stunning!
    Dachshund Nola

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  8. Oh my gosh- fantastic photos!
    That bear!
    Is that a sunset or sunrise? it is just gorgeous!
    And that bird- how beautiful!
    We love all your photos,, but especailly K and R
    love
    tweedles

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  9. Ann.. from THE OUTER BANKS of NC says...no words necessary these pictures say it all...Be who you are and may you be blessed in all that you are

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  10. It's a good thing that it's "Wordless Wednesday", because I am absolutely SPEACHLESS!!!

    Incredible photos

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  11. AWESOME! The one of the duo is amazing!!

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  12. Pawesome photos! Thanks for sharing (and making mine look pathetic, hahaha)!
    xo, Lu

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  13. Haha. Love the two dogs looking round - especially the way they both appear to be leaning at the same angle!

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  14. That photo of the Duo is fabulous. You should enter your photo into competitions as they are winners!

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  15. I´m very glad nothing happen to Vilja with the snake. It could go very wrong.
    Great pictures. They stand exactly the same on the stone, your lovely duo.
    The grouse is beautiful...
    Hugs from all of us!!

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  16. Incredible photos KB!!!
    Hang in there...
    Sending lotsaluv
    MAXMOM IN SA

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  17. Beautiful pictures, as always!

    Love ya lots,
    Mitch and Molly

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  18. Khyra is quite jealous of Mr Grouse's 'fluffy tail'

    Thanks for sharing these awesome scenes from your world!

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  19. Great pictures. I like the Duo leaning picture and of course K and the flower is a very nice shot.
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  20. Beautiful photos - every one of them! Adore the alerting of both dogs in tandem - cool! Thanks for stopping by - wifi is even more iffy here in WY, so I haven't been able to come by lately. NEat that you've hiked the Negro Bill trail - an easy one, but such a great and cooling walk for the dogs and the surprise arch at the end! Knew you'd probably done so many things that we were only able to touch surface; we stopped at Goblin SP and hubby fell in love with Dead Horse Point - our first "mesa"!!! We'll be back as soon as possible!
    xoxoxo
    Sammie, Avalon and Mom

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  21. Great shots. Especially like the two checking something out.

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  22. Love the grouse photo and the golden light to the others.

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  23. Hi Y'all!

    Once more I've lost my Human in your photos. Hope she comes back to the real world soon.

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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  24. Oh, My, Gosh!!!!!!!!!!!!!! When I saw the flower photo with K licking her chops, I bust out laughing. And then the grouse, so close and so beautiful! But then you really got me going with the labraduo looking over their shoulders in tandem! WOW!

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