Saturday, June 16, 2012

Saturday Photohunt - Ripple and Cooking

 
Flamingos checking whats cooking under the ripples of back waters in Sewri.

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49 comments:

  1. They taste good also



    Namaste! Have a GREAT Weekend!

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    1. Namaste /\
      Aloha!!
      Thank you
      You have a Super weekend!!

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  2. That's a tough photo hunt--ripple and cooking but how exquisitely and humorously merged in this lovely shot!

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  3. Love the flamingos and what a fun post for the day! Thanks for the smiles!

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  4. Beautiful photo!!

    The Florida Furkids and Lexi

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    1. Thank you Florida Furkids and Lexi

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  5. What I nice picture, I can see flamengos only in the zoo !

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  7. Lots of ripples made by the birds. Beautiful

    Mine is at http://hindmarsh-island.com/?p=702

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  8. This is lovely...the colours the contrast and the capure.

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  9. clever combination of the two themes.:p
    a beautiful image.

    Photo Hunt

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  10. I like this birds...

    Servus and so long
    CL

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  11. Ripple and cooking :)wow loved the title and the photo

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  12. Those are beautiful ripples - I'm enjoying looking at all of these soothing shots of water in motion . . . a relaxing start to my Saturday morning.

    Have a great weekend.

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  13. the way you sized and framed the shot adds so much to the beauty
    I like flamingos

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  14. I'm glad this didn't include a recipe for cooking those flamingos :-)
    Great Ripples!
    Happy Hunting~
    Sandi

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  15. Beautiful image Deepak, they do indeed look very busy trying to find something to eat!

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    1. Thank you Grace. Yes they are looking for the algae which when eaten makes their feathers pink :)

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