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13 comments:

  1. Lovely, lovely photos! As always! cheerio

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  2. I'd love to know the ID of the pretty bird with the red forehead.

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    1. Hari Om
      'Tis a Coppersmith Barbet; had lots of the round the ashram and in the spring and summer, the place resounded with the 'knockknockknock' of them making holes in the trees for their nests - like woodpeckers.
      Yxx

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  3. Oh Aunty we love your photos that is a very colorful bird and of course the red flower caught our eye too. Mom bought a new book at the Barnes and Noble today. She can't put it down. Patron Saint of Lost Dogs. Fiction but very good by a Vet Nick Trout. Don't you love his name?
    Hugs madi your bfff

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    1. Hari OM
      The flower is cana lily, of which there many on the ashram... and yes, a pawfect name for vet! Yxx

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  4. Stunning photos Aunty Yam…oh is that the moon, I'd best go and give Chester a quick call on the moon-phone
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  5. Such beautiful,creative and even spiritual photos ~ love the colorful bird and the capture of the light ~ thanks,

    Happy Weekend ahead ~ ^_^

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  6. I can't pick a favourite - they are wonderful!

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  7. Wow...you had me with the first shot!!

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  8. it's beautiful... the little things and the small details are always the best ;o)

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  9. Hello, pretty collection of images. I love the colorful bird, is it a woodie? The dragonfly is awesome. Great sky shot! Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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  10. They are wonderful. As always!

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  11. beauties all. Namaste Janice xx

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