A painting on silk!Warm Aloha from Waikiki;Comfort Spiral (*)>/ ) /" > < } } ( ° >
Marvelous capture and the perfect title! Hope your week is going well, Deepak!Sylvia
how melancholy!ROG, ABC Wednesday team
Melancholy, maybe, but absolutely gorgeous. Truly a work of art. "Mudflats" hardly does it justice.Kay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel
A bit lonely but very solemn!My letter L, please come and see.
A master of all that he surveys!! Looking carefully and thoroughly, maybe a critical review!!
superbe cette photo, j'aime beaucoup
What a breath taking picture this is....
beautiful and lively capture. felt like I was there with the lonesome bird!
Marvellous photo. Definitely, one of your best!
Gorgeous photo! Simply fabulous!
Hello.I liked the blue on the branch...adds effect.Fantastic photo!Thanks for sharing.The Last Kiss
A beautiful shot in the mist - makes Mumbai look tranquil ;)
So very lovely, this photo!HelenMacABCWednesdayTeam
I like the feel of early morning fog this has. One of my fav birds too!
beautiful scene :)
A lovely moment. L is for Loss
Oh Deepak, this is just gorgeous, what a beautifully ethereal image, it really would make the most fantastic water colour painting. Well done indeed!
Impressive shot. It is the image and graphics together. I really like + me *****. Warm greetings sends Peter.
A wonderful shot! Moody and mysterious! Looks like the tide is in!
Wonderful! The timing is perfect.
very well captured...the lonely bird...#_#1955-2011
Oh, this is marvellous!
absolutely stunning photo
wonderful contrast of black and white:)
Great one..Wondering how it looked in color?
@bemoneyaware.. this is in colour :)click on the pic to enlarge it and see the blue plastic stuck on the bush on the extreme left? All else is in natural colour - black and white :)
Good one..This pic could have been brighter...Anyway, it infuses with a spirit of solitary power... :)Love,Indie :)
Sewri is always a fantastic location for birding. I don't think all of the Flamingoes have yet arrived. But they should all be there in about three weeks time!