Cute N Cool

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Find Me Friday.. on Saturday!

Zoe was having a little dinner.. and this peacock has a hard time hiding..no matter how hard he tries..his colors show his whereabouts!


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10 comments:

  1. That reflective beautiful blue is so difficult to hide. Peacocks are so unique in their sounds and behaviors that it makes me so fascinated with the bird. You have a beautiful horse. We were at a horse show, with state fair judging yesterday, and I had forgotten why I always wanted a horse.

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  2. Peacocks are so great to see..I always thought they should have them roam central park freely here in NYC , they are just as majestic as a skyscraper when they open up. Brilliant pics !

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  3. Adorable horse and beautiful bird! Thanks for sharing the pics. :-)

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  4. The horse is gorgeous!!! As is the Peacock!!

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  5. I am happy for you that you got on the trip you wanted!

    Thank you for the name of the singer heaven on earth and now I have a link to you and the video on my blog, thank you! MB

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  6. They never can hide and sometimes I think they know it. Lovely. MB

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  7. Hey Jan. To get bigger pictures I had to edit the html of my blog to make it big enough to allow for the pictures. You can find a couple of sites that explain how it's not that hard. Then I resize my photos with photo editing generally making the largest side about 640pixels. Then I upload to Flickr which then paste the html in the post box. It seems like alot of work but not really and I enjoy the larger photos which show more detail. If you have any questions just ask.

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  8. Glad you could join in, better late than never! ;-) I just love peacocks, they are absolutely beautiful. And Zoe is so cute, love her!

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  9. My daughter lives outside of Durango, CO. She had a whole flock (dozens) of feral peacocks that ranged through her area. The last time I visited, they were all gone. I asked what happened, and she told me that a puma had come through and decimated the population. I hope your peacock doesn't attract mountain lions or cougars or neighbors trying to get a little sleep!

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