Silent Sunday, 19. 3. 17.

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    1. Thank you, Spanish Woods, always good to see you around. 🙂

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  1. Amy says:

    Cool capture! 🙂

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    1. Thank you, Amy! 🙂

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  2. Helen Bushe says:

    I think I hear the Magnificent Seven approaching. Oh no, hang on, it’s Clint Eastwood.

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    1. Hihi, Helen, at least him! 😉

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  3. awtytravels says:

    Beautiful composition, at first I didn’t quite realise there was a cow in there! I like how the focus is on the wood, makes for an interesting perspective.

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    1. Thank you, AWTY, this was in a bird sanctuary in Slovenia near Trieste. More photos from there coming up next week.

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  4. joey says:

    So silent, it took me a while to render the image! Well done! 🙂

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    1. Hehe, Joey, did the same to me when I first saw it, and I was there!

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  5. stunning photo!!! cool! love that, Manja

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    1. Thank you, Markus! And I love it that you love it. 🙂

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      1. ..and I love it that you love it that I love it. 🙂

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  6. What’s a cow doing in a bird sanctuary? Identity issues? 🙂 -Verne

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    1. 😀 There are horses too, white. And nutrias. They look all happy together.

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      1. Ick, aren’t nutrias those things that look like giant rats? If I was a cow or a white horse, I would be worried.

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      2. Indeed, there is one on a photo in the next post from this one, but better photos (from Tuscany, we have them too!) are here: https://manjamaksimovic.wordpress.com/2015/09/21/sl-week-12-beasts-of-south-tuscany/

        They are indeed a bit ick. Orange teeth don’t help.

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      3. Yup, the orange teeth give them an appearance of something out of a James Herbert novel ! Also, in Portuguese we use the same word for otter and nutria, so I’m always half-expecting the former when looking at pictures of the latter.

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      4. Hihih, that’s not very useful. The former is nothing like the latter!

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