Wordless Wednesday: Being Flexible

Wordless Wednesday

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  1. Ballerina! And I love the pangolin too :-)

    Aloha

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  2. It took us a moment to realize what the photo was, the contortions are disorienting!

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  3. Funny and beautiful all at once!

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  4. Gorgeous!!! Beautifully photographed
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  5. Wow, don't try this at home folks.

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  6. I am transported...thank you
    hugs
    Sandi

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  7. Oh, yes! Funny and beautiful indeed!! Have a great day, Sandy!!

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  8. How they manage to do it amazes me! :)
    Mine are swans too for WW.

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  9. Gorgeous perspective. Yours and his.

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  10. Just the bird to illustrate the title! Beautiful picture.

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  11. Very fine composition, Sandy!

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  12. Anonymous10:12 AM

    Wonderful shot!

    Wish I were this flexible...

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  13. Amazing how they keep so white

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  14. Just dropped by to say congrats on the POTW mention!

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  15. So very pretty... congrats on POTW

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  16. Beautiful and congrats on your POTW.

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  17. Beautiful, so pristine and enchanting! Amazing you could get so close.
    For the past months, I passed a field on my way to and from work, where the swans gathered. It was an amazing sight and all the time I wished I could come closer to take pictures, but I would have to pass muddy winter fields and that was impossible. The swans were so beautiful even at a distance, groups of least hundred birds or mores and the best treat was to see them land or take to flight. This was some unforgettable sights that unfortunately were preserved by mental captures only...
    They are gone by now, wonder where to.;)
    xoxo

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  18. A beautiful photo that allows us to wonder and take a moment away from the noise of the world!

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  19. A beautiful photo that allows us to wonder and take a moment away from the noise of the world!

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  20. My neck is hurting just looking at this! Great shot, never have I seen a swan in this position.

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