We wonder if that Tree made NOISE when it Toppled in the forest????? Love the Swans... So ELEGANT.
Hello, great collection of photos. I love the swans shots and the lion statue. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!
How long can you shoot?Seriously, lovely photos.
That root was crazy large! Was there a storm?
Hari OMAlways a storm round here...!
Very elegant swans and wonderful and creative photography ~ namaste ^_^Wishing you a Happy Week ~ ^_^
Lovely pictures! we like the swanshugsMr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel
Very beautiful! BTW, been chatting about your Indy to Red Roof situation and I think we might have it worked out. Still want to check something else though. Happy National Pet Day!Your Pals,Murphy & Stanley
So very serene!!!
How did that Push-T-Cat, lion thingy get all the way up there????Loves and licky kissesPrincess Leah xxxPeeS AND how is it gonna get back down????
Hari OMAh, what you can't see here is the back door and the spiral stair case secreted within the tower!!!
ooooh swans... my momma is in defense mode... because they eat little girls... with neck and crop ...honestly LOL
Yamini the swan photos make them look so calm and gracefully...good job. Mom has never been very close to swan but she is told they are anything but calm...don't like their territory invaded. Hugs madi
Your white swans are so different to our black ones which have a much more slender neck. We do have a colony of white swans living in Northam WA and I believe they were introduced in the 20th if not the 19th century. It is a hot spot and yet they seem to thrive there.Love all your wonderful picture and I wonder why one large tree would fall like that but then I believe pines are shallow rotted so why not? xx
We have quite a few trees turned over like this. I look at it as renewal, as the old make way for the saplings. You will love visiting are huge, old, white pines!
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