“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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...brought to you in Living Color---







--- do not adjust your set -and in monotone, black and white.






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My birding photo blog has been updated over the weekend...this week's images are Great Crested Flycatcher [I was lucky enough to catch it's crest in 'full bloom'], Brown Pelicans perched out at sea, a mama Mockingbird, and an Inca Dove. Remember, if you have any bird photos to share, go pay a visit, and connect with the Bird D'Pot meme links provided!!! CLICK HERE


34 comments :

  1. I like the "living color". Great photo. Mickie ;)

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  2. Great living color.

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    1. ...you make me smile Denise.

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  3. I love both of them. Living color is great and so is the black and white

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  4. Very nice photo of that feather...in color you see how may different variations there are in it - but in B&W it is very dramatic. Both are good shots - but I think i like the color best. Nice find too - you have to be really paying attention to get shots like this!

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    1. ....I spied it while out watering the other day. Just being in the right place at the right time I guess.

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  5. Both photos look great! They can be interpreted though differently on how you view each distinct photo with different color that makes them unique from each other.

    Have a great week Ms Anni :D

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  6. I remember when we first had colored photos I thought they were the best ever but now I found black and white are absolutely beautiful.
    Great shots
    Hugs Madi and Mom

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    1. ....it's a fact. Just think of how we've come so far in technology now.

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  7. That color picture is stunning!

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  8. I Like both but the textures are so much more evident in the B&W version! Great shot

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  9. They look so different. I like them both, but I think the B&W is more elegant somehow! :-)

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    1. elegant....like a black tie affair....there is always a bit of 'elegance' with black and white, isn't there?

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  10. Love the color! And yet the traditional black and white was all we used to have and enjoyed immensely!

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    1. Hi Karin....nice to see you pay a visit. You've been missed.

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  11. Klasse gemacht!!

    LG Mathilda ♥

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    1. ...thanks 'Tilda. I really enjoyed your duck photos....amazing photography.

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  12. Like the color shot!

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  13. Love the black and white - I think the definition is so much clearer! Both very good though!

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    1. {{{Janet}}} Long time, no see. Hope you're doing well.

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  14. Awesome details! Thanks for sharing :)

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    1. ...thank YOU for stopping by.

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  15. I like both pictures, Anni, but I am usually partial to color....

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. I always like color better too Betsy.

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  16. So beautiful. Visiting from Mellow Yellow Monday.

    Come and see my YELLOW post, thanks.

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    1. ...thanks for stopping by for a visit.

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  17. I like the living color the best.With our drought this year lots of things are not going to have any color.
    Hugs

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    1. ...drought seems to be everywhere.

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