Sorry… I apologise… But I just have to do this…

A few more Flamingo photos that appeal to my liking… and just to add interest a quote by C. JoyBell C.

Reflections…. “The only way that we can live, is if we grow. The only way that we can grow is if we change. The only way that we can change is if we learn. The only way we can learn is if we are exposed. And the only way that we can become exposed is if we throw ourselves out into the open. Do it. Throw yourself.”





57 thoughts on “Sorry… I apologise… But I just have to do this…

  1. I love reflections and these are perfection. Really. I don’t like pink flamingoes, and I didn’t know there were white ones!! These are gorgeous. I should pay more attention to the Bulldog…. 🙂 Your blog is something out of NG for sure.

    • Thanks George my knowledge on this bird is not of the best but I do know gheir food has something to do with it…. however I do know the lesser flamingo is pink…

  2. I looked at this post yesterday and then got distracted. These are such crazy beautiful images, bulldog. The quote is very challenging, but I’ll now get up off my butt and ‘throw’ myself into the shower. 😀

  3. Aside from the gorgeous photography, I wanted to stop by and wish you and Linda a very happy 41st wedding anniversary tomorrow. I know another blogger named Linda in western Canada, who will be celebrating her 13th wedding anniversary, and my son, blogger Shimoniac will turn 43.
    I see visits from South Africa, but no comments or likes, so I wonder if they are from either of you. Best of luck. 🙂

    • Thank you so much… not sure how you know this, but Linda tells me she visits your blog regularly, so that would be her visiting… congratulations to Linda in Canada and your son may they have many many more…

    • Thanks Dianne… good for you… I’m throwing myself out there too… going back to the city for a short visit to throw myself at a few potential customers…

  4. These are really good Rob, especially 2nd and 3rd. For me, you can show as many of these flamingo photos as you like.

    • Ronnie I assume so… believe me when I say I don’t know a lot about these birds and this was my first encounter not in a bird park…. I don’t take photos in bird parks where the birds are in cages… I prefer this type…. those in their natural habitat… so what you see is what I saw and I do agree their necks are extremely flexible…

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