CBBH Photo Challenge: Pairs

Pairs of birds! They are the first subject that came to mind for pairs, and look so pleasing together. Marianne is asking for pairs this month, so if you fancy a pair of toned matador buttocks, have a look here http://eastofmalaga.net/2013/10/01/cbbh-photo-challenge-pairs/

Here at Dadirri there are always Eastern Grey Kangaroos about. Often they are mothers and babies in a group, sometimes an adult male trying his luck with the ladies, and very rarely two adult males having a battle for supremacy. Some mornings we see kangaroo footprints on the beach. They go down to the water to swim, perhaps to help heal wounds and rid themselves of ticks. Kangaroos are strong swimmers!

This month I would like to introduce you to Ventis at http://ventisqueras.wordpress.com/, although I know some of you know her beautiful poetic and picturesque blog. I don’t speak Italian, but Google translates well enough for us to understand each other! You might also like to meet George who keeps two parrots, and writes about them so lyrically and practically. If you ever wondered about living with a bird, this blog is for you! Look here to experience another world with George http://georgeweaver.wordpress.com/

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23 thoughts on “CBBH Photo Challenge: Pairs

  1. Birds seem so right in pairs. You’ve made a wonderful selection of images. I clicked onto the 2 blogs you mentioned and became quite distracted, especially by Cheeky & Rita 🙂

    • oh yes, I would love to meet Cheeky … training a parrot is a fascinating business .. all the things you have to take care of to have a bird living free in the house with you!

  2. I just love the pelicans. They always remind me of the beach and relaxation. But you captured lots of lovely “pairs” photos.

  3. Lovely gallery of pairs 🙂 I’m particularly fond of pelicans – there’s something very ancient about them, isn’t there?

    Thanks for sharing links – one I know and one I don’t 🙂

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