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For the love of fish....

[I've posted another photo of the same--on my PHOTO Blog---it's an AWESOME photo if I do say so]
BROWN PELICAN

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I received this accolade from Alice at Alice's Restaurant - The Blog. I know just how deserving she is of the award herself, and was filled with pride and gratefulness that she decided to pass this on to me. Thank you so much!!!







PELICAN OR PELICON CROSSING explained.






POSTED: Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010
12:40 A.M.

46 comments :

  1. Congrats on your award.

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  2. Congrats on the award my friend. Love this pelican as well. :) Have a great Wednesday :)

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  3. That's a great photo of a brown pelican that loves fish.

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  4. ooooo, i love the green here. lovely page you have here at the moment!!! and aren't pelicans just the most amazing creatures. they remind me of childhood. probably 'cause that's when i used to see them often....

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  5. Great Pelican shot - both of them! Congrats on the award too. You really are one of the most "Kreativ" Bloggers I know!

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  6. Great shot! Pelicon crossing - where do you GET this stuff??

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  7. Nice photo and i learned something new today, thanks for sharing

    Have a great week ahead

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  8. A very interesting post!
    Great shot!
    Happy Watering Wednesday...Luna

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  9. Such odd looking birds, but I'm sure their Mamma's love their distinguished features! Congratulations on your blog award;)

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  10. Anni...love seeing this, pelican is unique birds. Great capture :)
    Thanks for dropping by...

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  11. I did not even know that there are brown pelicans! Very cool.

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  12. He is beautiful, I see a couple of juveniles in the background too. Lovely and bright too, thanks for sharing Anni-I love your background:)

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  13. Lovely photo and I love the color:)
    Have a nice day!

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  14. Good Morning Sweet Annie...
    I so adore this picture. I have never seen one so close up before. Did you take this photo? It is breathtaking for sure. That is one heck of a beak and a large storage tank below it isn't it? He could carry a pretty large fish in there.

    I would say we could use Pelican crossing seeing as how it is Irish month don't you think?

    As always sweetie, it was a beautiful and educational visit. Love to come for my morning cup of Annie.

    Have a beautiful day. Country hugs and so much love...Sherry

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  15. P.S. I forgot sweet Annie. CONGRATS on your wonderful award. You are so deserving of it. We love to come to visit your beautiful blog home. Love ya girl...Sherry

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  16. You have every right to think it's an awesome photo! I love the white pelicans on our lake and am looking forward to the first sighting for the year.

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  17. Great shot! And congratulations on the award!

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  18. This looks cute...Your blog is cool...Happy WW! Thanks for coming by...

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  19. Anni, I never heard the term Pelicon nor did I know about a Pelcian Crossing. I know a lot about pelicans, the birds, and they are my favorite bird. We have a few on Lake Limestone from time to time and I am in paradise.

    Come visit
    Barbara

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  20. What a NIFTY pelican ... love it!
    Hugs and blessings,

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  21. That is an awesome shot of the pelican. I can see why you wanted to share it again. Great piece of work.

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  22. Fantastic photo! It's really fun to watch them.:)

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  23. Wow, that's something. I've never seen such pelican with that thick "something" under his beak...dunno how it's called. heheh..you have a nice blog here.

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  24. Love the Pics. Quite interesting.

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  25. That pelican is SO cool! And, congratulations on your award! You certainly do deserve it...
    Your second pelican is such a stately guy! What a beauty! Love both of 'em!

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  26. Congratulations on your award. You truly are deserving.

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  27. I'm here to see the bird. What a fine capture it is.

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  28. We had a whole flock of white pelicans in the canal the other day, but I did not get my camera fast enough. It was pretty cool though!

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  29. love this one, Ani! He looks like he belongs there..almost looks like he's smiling too. great photo! thanks for your kind words on my blog, by the way!

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  30. Well I didn't know that's what you call a pedestrian crossing!! How neat, I've learned something new once again! lol When I first saw the words "pelican crossing" I thought it was a crossing for pelicans to walk through. hehe

    Love the pictures of the pelicans you took, this one and the one on your photo blog. Absolutely gorgeous. We don't have pelicans here so I'm always fascinated when I see a picture of one. xoxo

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  31. Very impressive bird! I haven't seen this kind of pelican before! Very nice shot!

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  32. When I saw the word "cup" my first thought was bras...you know, cup sizes? lol I so remember Witch Hazel from watching Bugs Bunny cartoons, she sure knew how to stir up a potion!

    Another word I never knew...bollards. I would have just called it a thingamajigee! hehe xoxo

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  33. Hello Anni,
    I looked at your other photo too. Wonderful photo of an amazing bird! Thanks for your visit and comment on my watery (frozen) images.

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  34. Nice picture. Your blog is also nice with an Irish touch. Great.
    Ulla & Brian / Sweden

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  35. Anni, love the pelican! They are cool birds.
    Congrats on your award.

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  36. I wasn't sure it was alive, at first, you get so close to it!

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  37. Great shot! Very close indeed.

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  38. Ow, Anni, this is a great shot! A candid one!

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  39. Yes, wordless that fish monster. I really like your blog heading...very Irish! Hope you have a wonderful rest of the week. Mumzie

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  40. Is this a real bird or a statue? I have been to the Singapore Bird park, and the birds don't seem to have that triangle neck pouch.

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  41. oh that is truly amazing photo, I like pelican.

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  42. Congratulations on your award, and that is a fantastic photo of the pelican!

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  43. The Pelican looks like a statue. :) Great photo.

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  44. Wow! What a great shot of an awesome bird! :)

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