“A wise old owl lived in an oak;
The more he saw the less he spoke;
The less he spoke the more he heard...
Why can't we all be like that bird?”
― Edward Hersey Richards




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Snowy in South Texas!!! ---

Well, I'm just around the corner 'til the light WHITE of day...



White Dome House [I call it the North Bay Igloo]


White Pelican and Tern ---------------------------White Clouds


White Feather on Pond---------------------------White Prickly Poppy


White Blossom & Bee---------------------0------White Egrets



White Snowy Egret [2 above are also Snowy  yellow feet, 'don't eat yellow SNOW]

62 comments :

  1. It does resemble an igloo, doesn't it! We had a bit of snow over the weekend... disgusting stuff!

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    1. Indeed....that's why we moved south.

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  2. Love the white blossom and bee shot!! Wonderful wildlife photography as usual.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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    1. Thank you Mersad....coming from you with your expertise in photography, I appreciate it.

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  3. Hi Anni, I love all your white images. The white feather on the water is stunning.

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    1. Thanks Jo....it's nice to see you stop by.

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  4. A concrete igloo! I've never seen one before. Love your whitey tighty post. :-)

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    1. "Whitey Tighty".....cute!!!

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  5. Wonderful white images. Maybe white is the new black...

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  6. Anni, I prefer these whites to the actual snow!

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  7. i much prefer you beautiful white to the cold white from the north. the dome house is great for hurricanes and high winds, much harder to get blown down. and i like its looks. that prickly flower is awesomoe

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    1. Yep, that goes with lighthouses also....a rounded exterior is best for hurricanes.

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  8. Hello there lovely Egret, you sure are beautiful. The white (very bright and lovely white) domed house is extremely interesting to me, and the idea of having one as a guest house out back (we do have 5 sweet acres) would be a dream come true! A little arts and crafts place too! Enjoy your day and those lovely feathered friends.

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    1. It's odd to see something like this along the Texas coast tho. It would make a great looking home up north!!

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  9. Not quite like the snow we have here in Ohio, but lovely images. ;) Our snow is gone today, but I'm sure we will be honored with more of it before Spring.

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    1. In Ohio? Ya, I'm sure you'll get more snow before Spring arrives!!

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  10. A catchy title, and you weren't misleading us! Love the feather.

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    1. I tried to pique interest in those that wouldn't believe me about the snowy day in Texas. lol

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  11. One thing is certain,those 'snowy' scenes will not bring cold temperatures with them.They do look good.

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    1. Nope, no cold temps this week....mid to high 70s!!! Perfect.

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  12. Ohhh what pretty white things. I bet that dome home is energy efficient.
    MOLMOL yellow feets and yellow snow
    HUGS MADI YOUR BFFF AND MOM

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    1. When I first started photography and birding, I used that reference to REMEMBER the snowy egret. lol

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  13. A "White in!' The only snow you show is the snowy egret. Love that feather!

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  14. beautiful, thank you for sharing

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  15. I believe that some of your white is spilling over into my yard. Little pieces of it are falling from the sky right now.
    that house does look like an igloo.

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    1. It does, doesn't it? Odd for the Coastal Bend, but probably more structurally sound if a hurricane were to hit.

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  16. Ah, I do love those white egrets!! Wonderful captures as always, Anni!! Oh, and the 'igloo' is pretty 'cool'!! You do find the good stuff!! Hope your week is going well!! Enjoy!!

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    1. Thanks....egrets are beautiful in my book too Sylvia. Hope you have had a blessed week so far, and hope that Blogger is behaving for you today.

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  17. You've got white on your mind.

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    1. ....does that mean I'm as pure as the new fallen snow?!!! Or what? [kldding]

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  18. Love all the white in the photos! You have some beautiful shots there. There birds are awesome, but I particularly like your capture of the feather on the pond.

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    1. That feather was so pretty floating on the surface, I couldn't resist getting a photo.

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  19. a plethora of white!

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  20. Oh I dig your selection!

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    1. That's nice to know Cloudia

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  21. I like the kind of white 'snow' you guys have Texas ! Beautiful nature shots!

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    1. South Texas anyway....north TX can get that "other" white stuff!! lol

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  22. I love these....love the white feather one.

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  23. A gorgeous selections of photos! The white egrets are so beautiful!

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  24. I like "snowy" in South Texas...my kind of snow. That "igloo" looking house is cool and has such a pretty gate.

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    1. Great to know you liked this post Ida. Thanks.

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  25. My kind of snowy! Very pretty pictures. There have been some white pelicans spotted on some of our ponds here in the last few weeks, but not by me unfortunately.

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    1. I'm sure they'll return for you and your camera some time soon.

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  26. love all your snowy white pics, especially the feather on the pond.

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    1. Thanks Felicia...glad you enjoyed them.

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  27. How did I almost miss all this white?

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    1. Well, you did see all the snow in Texas. lol

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  28. White flower, bird and house are beautiful. :)

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    1. Thank you, I'm glad you think so.

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  29. Fantastic Anni, lovely all that 'snow' :) The feather almost looks like a flower. Thank you for once again sharing with Today's Flowers and happy weekend :)

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    1. Thanks!! And, thanks for hosting Today's Flowers.

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