Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in February 23 februari, 202121 februari, 2021 / Leya Time for Paula’s Pick a Word again! MATERNAL GUARDING COHABITATION GROUNDLESS VARIEGATED Share this:Klicka för att dela på Twitter (Öppnas i ett nytt fönster)Klicka för att dela på Facebook (Öppnas i ett nytt fönster)Klicka för utskrift (Öppnas i ett nytt fönster)Klicka för att e-posta en länk till en vän (Öppnas i ett nytt fönster)Klicka för att dela på Tumblr (Öppnas i ett nytt fönster)Gilla detta:Gilla Laddar in … Relaterade
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Super shots, Ann-Christine. I am so happy with your entries 🙂
Thank you, Paula! I missed out on your first one this year, but will try to hang on! Hope everything is fine with you ♥
Stunning photos for this challenge!
Thank you, Aletta!
What marvelous photos you have for this challenge. Love your kids. 😀
♥ Thank you, Cee!
Oh, what a great set of images, Ann Christine!
Love her challenges! Thank you, Sue
Yes, I do…but I’ve still to do mine!
Plenty of time…
your cohabitation is priceless!
Well – they look happy!
I love those orchids 🙂
So do I. Just replanted mine!
Storks! You have storks! I want storks!
Haha! Did you see my storks from Romania?
Hahahaha, last spring we had two of them in the meadows behind my house! Sweden has been rather successful in getting them back – a long breeding project and wetlands restored.
Wonderful. I’m envious.
I hope they will come back this spring!
Wonderful illustrations of Paula’s theme, Ann-Christine! And a smile or two 🙂 🙂
Happy to see you smiling, Jo!
Wonderful choices for Paula’s words. Love the tangle of puppies, the Storks of course and the orchid? is stunning ☺☺
Brian – puppy tangles are great, aren’t they? And storks are returning to Sweden – a long and energetic project from nature enthusiasts here. And orchids – I have just replanted mine – those that needed it. I love replanting when the spring sun shines through my windows!
Wow what a project to take on especially with such large birds. I am very impressed.I only have a few dendrobriums of my mothers with are thriving on neglect. When I fuss too much they tend to want to almost die. The Sydney Rock Orchids are in the shade house on the western side hoping that would be a good out look for them
I totally agree about neglect making them thrive. They are perfect when you are on a holiday. 😊And the stork project is producing hundreds of new storks every year. Marked and monitored to see where they are in the world and if they come back. Interesting and positive so far.
I hope there is enough chimneys for them to set up nests. Here were have specially built towers for Ospreys to nest on. Species recovery is very important. I hope there is enough food as well
We too have special platform nests for them. And working for the recover of wetlands. Good to hear – working on it!
Two choices for me: ‘Cohabitation’ makes life so much more worth while . . and ‘Variegated’ as best experiences in life truly are . . . oh, and I do love the orchids 🙂 !
Thank you so much, Eha! And I have just replanted some of my orchids – that is an amazing love affair! ♥
♥ I have so much fun with her challenges!