Words snapshots & photographic poems
It's funny how that works. :)
u shot the pelican?Ugh! You better have a uber cool lense with mega zoom! Those birds aren't photogenic!
@ maggie: Yes indeed ;-)@ mickey: lol, as you can read on the caption, I used a 300 mm "just to be safe"...
lol I checked the caption, thats an awesome shot tho. Lol, I can feel the animosity between the pelican and lense tho.lol.
Non credo di averne mai visto uno dal vivo...animale bellissimo :) Bella Andrea.
I must agree that this is an incredible shot along with magnificent words. How is it possible?xoL
@ amaramara: sai carissima, quando ti trovi per caso tra delfini da un lato e una candida spiaggia dall'altro, devi pur trovare un soggetto da riprendere... :D@ linda: it's possible, it's possible.. hehehe
I am glad you led me here. I do have a blog where I post my poetry. Just click on my name to reach there.And I am book marking you.
@ gautami: thank you very much. I gladly return the favour.
I love your photography and poetry, it creates beauty in my day!
@ kristin: well, I gladly accept your compliment. See, framing a photo is like focusing your attention on a subject, purposely forgetting what's outside. And it is there where you discover beauty again. Less is more....have a nice dayA.
Thank you for your photo and words, -a-c-. The general thought here seems to be that opposites attract, though less poetically spoken. But while this may be true, there is exoticism to consider which does not often lead to engagement and appreciation of difference.
your words are very true and the photo is wonderful, the pelican has so much character!
@ green poet: thank you very much for this comment, and welcome to my blog!