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Monday, March 21, 2011

Part TWO: Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park in Florida: (Otherwise known as "It's all about Flamingos!) !!

Today....
it is
ALL ABOUT
Flamingos!!!

I am dedicated this entire blogpost to the beautiful
Flamingos

There will be a lot more pictures posted about this wonderful
park, but today, I had to devote the entire post to these gorgeous birds.


Also today, I'm going to be quiet
(I know! A near impossible feat!!)
and just let you gaze at the wonder of these birds:










































An Ibis, a flamingo and a swan in one shot!! :

































Forget those
oh-so-tacky
Flamingo statues people put in their yards....

I want a REAL one for my yard this summer.

And?

If he stays until winter in the U.P....
those long legs will be a HIT
to ice skate with!!!!!
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18 comments:

Gaston Studio said...

Beautiful Joan! Don't you just love their vivid colors and the wild way they curl their necks around their body? Love it.

Sandra said...

ha ha, I KNEW you could not Stay Quiet! love the post, they are wonderful birds. next time you come south if you come to Sarasota go to Jungle Gardens, they come up and walk on your feet, and eat out of your hands. did they do that where you found these? i love to go to the jungle and sit on a bench and watch all the bird life. love that tri shot, beautiful

Brian Miller said...

wow. love the colors of those flamingos...so bright and cheerful....i wish i had their balance...smiles.

Country Gal said...

Beautiful photos. They are so vibrant in color arent they. Have a wonderful spring day !

Bossy Betty said...

Incredible! Look at that color! I am going to stand on one leg a lot today as a tribute.

Eva Gallant said...

Wow! Bright colored birds! Great shots. I love that you share your photos with us!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Now if I had the flexibility of those guys,I would have less pain.They are beautiful,much better than those plastic wanna-bees
Blessings,Ruth

Grandmother said...

OMG! The color is fabulous!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Gorgeous flamingos, Joan... Love that orange color.... And you are right--those yard things are totally TACKY...
Hugs,
Betsy

Tracy said...

Those colors are just stunning! I'd certainly like a shirt in that color, you know? gosh; just gorgeous!

Red said...

You can be quiet but I know what you'd say so the comments are in there anyway.
Great photos! Thanks.

J.J. in L.A. said...

Gorgeous!

RNSANE said...

They are so incredibly beautiful...and the shot with all three birds is very special! Now, if you could only have gotten a pelican in there, too....

Sharon Wagner said...

I actually have 2 tacky pink flamingos in my studio. Ha! But I like the beautiful orangy/red ones in your photo better.

Nat said...

Such beautiful, vibrant birds! Never seen them that orange before...

Debbie Lo said...

I love their orangeness! I'd love one for our front yard too! Great photos, gal!

SquirrelQueen said...

Whatever these flamingos are eating let's give them some more, I love that brilliant orange color.

I'm catching up after a week of on/off (more off) internet connection. Hopefully it's fixed now, it seems to happen every few months.

L. D. Burgus said...

Oh wow I am amazed at the colors that you captured here they are all wonderful. I need to catch up on your blog. Will do it soon.

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