Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Water Bird Wednesday

 A  L  O  H  A ! 
"A wise man changes
 his mind, a fool never." 
                        Spanish Proverb














"What comes from the heart
 reaches the heart, 
what comes from the 
mouth reaches the ears."
                     Arabian Proverb












PhotoBomb!

" I am not at all concerned 
with appearing consistent.  
In my pursuit after Truth
 I have discarded many 
ideas and learnt 
many new things.  -
















--Old as I am in age, 
I have no feeling that 
I have ceased to grow 
inwardly...  "
                        Mahatma Gandhi


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                               cloudia

15 comments:

Elephant's Child said...

LOVE that Arabian proverb. And the birds. Of course.

Bob Bushell said...

The birds are my favourites, as you know, but I love the last image, so beautiful.

eileeninmd said...

Aloha, Cloudia! Love the quotes and the birds. Pelicans are one of my favorites. Enjoy your day!

eViL pOp TaRt said...

That's a magnificent penguin picture!

Indrani said...

Wow! Fantastic captures.

Nancy Chan said...

Aloha, Cloudia. Love the water birds and quotes. Really amazing sky photo!

Charles Gramlich said...

Birds are always wonderful to see.

Lea said...

Love the birds and the water is so wonderfully blue!
And the last photo - beautiful!

Cloudia said...

Thanks so much my friends

Teresa said...

The last picture of the flying pelican is super cool!

William Kendall said...

The photo bombing pelican makes me smile!

Karen S. said...

A ne found friend you have gained in that awesome photobomb!

RedPat said...

Love your quotes as always, Cloudia!

thehiddenpanorama.com said...

like the colorful sky

HOOTIN ANNI said...

I want to send along my thanks [even tho I'm in my personal, Hootin' Anni blog admin right now] --- thanks for stopping by this week and adding your link to my bird photo blog, I'd Rather B Birdin'. Always so very much appreciated.

That brown pelican is so much more 'colorful' than the ones we see in TX....or perhaps it is all dressed up in breeding plumage?