Ancient as time, favourite tree: the oak, animal: the wolf, flower: Anemone hepatica, place: a forest near water.Bird: too numerous to name,camera permanently grafted to hand, lover of light, nature, the sea, mountains, deserts,all forests, musing on the essence of being,loving all things great and small, caring for this wonderful planet of ours.
great captures. it looks pretty serene out there (image 1)ReplyDelete
Lovely captures as always! You did have a beautiful trip, didn't you, Arija? Hope you're doing well.ReplyDelete
Great river shots.ReplyDelete
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Beautiful vanishing bird.ReplyDelete
What kind is he?
Hi Arija, this bird looks like our Cormorant in Eastern Canada...he dives and then dries his wings in the sun. Does he have a different name down under?ReplyDelete
cool river shots, my friend. and those lovely flowers, too!ReplyDelete
Happy Wednesday. :)
I added you in my blogroll. 'Hope you add me too. :) Thanks!
Love the look of his tail - wonder what he caught for his dinnerReplyDelete
My favorite among those beautiful shots is the second one.ReplyDelete
Love the disappearing bird. He's an elegant one.ReplyDelete
marvelous series of shots. the first photo is relaxing.ReplyDelete
This is a delightful series Arija.ReplyDelete
beautiful set of images!!ReplyDelete
Lovely captures. Have a good day Arija.ReplyDelete
Oooooh I love this series of photographs especially the first one. The second one scares me. I am reminded of dams and bad experiences but just the same I like being tempted. Have a beautiful day! Tsup! Tsup!!!ReplyDelete
Amazing photo collage. Thanks for this.ReplyDelete
All the best, Boonie
Great shots of the river... and the bird of cause. He did not like to be photographed...which I can understand... :-)ReplyDelete
We saw some of your darters at the San Diego Zoo recently. There were two nesting pairs and the two males were arguing over nesting material. We spent some time watchin them. They look similar to the cormorants we have here.ReplyDelete
Those birds are clever little devils, aren't they! Nice watery post from your part of the world. Thanks for stopping by at mine.ReplyDelete