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Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Ghost?

At first I thought it was a ghost this white shadow on the tree, but then it started crying. Anyway it was the first time I saw a white peacock, and it was also the first time I saw the peacock on the tree.


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28 comments:

texwisgirl said...

oh, look at that!!! looks like a bride caught in a tree... :)

Andrew said...

WOW...what a great capture!
Many thanks for sharing.

Bob Bushell said...

Brilliant shots Joo.

holdingmoments said...

What a stunner!
I've never seen a white one before either.

holdingmoments said...

Joo, I'm back again.

The link from Springmans doesn't appear to be working.

Alan said...

That's incredible! I'd like to have seen it get into the tree (and out again).

Cezar and Léia said...

What a great surprise, and he is completely white, he is beautiful!
Léia

Bill S. said...

Now that is unreal. It does look like a ghost. Too bad it was not around Halloween when you saw it.

MaineBirder said...

WOW, amazing how the White Peacock looks like a ghost. Great captures Joo!

Martha Z said...

He is beautiful!

Fotokarusellen said...

Stunning. This was really something. Beautiful.

ShySongbird said...

What a beautiful creature, it almost looks ghostly!

ShySongbird said...

So sorry! I only just noticed that you had said the same thing yourself. I was so busy marvelling at the photos :)

Jacob said...

This really blows me away! I have an almost identical shot I took years ago in south Florida. It's one of my favorite photographs. Amazing!!!!

Gary said...

It's a beauty Joo!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

mick said...

Great photos and such a beautiful bird.

Pat Ulrich said...

It does look quite angelic up in that tree -- what a beautiful bird!

Carletta said...

Like something out of a fantasy or fairytale!
I love it! Nice captures!

Marias Teater said...

Ale przepraszam Cie, on byl luzem w naturze, czy byl to park? U na sa chowane na zime. Chyba zemdlalabym, gdybym takie cudo zobaczyla na drzewie. One maja charakterystyczny, dla mnie troche przerazajacy krzyk. Strzal w dziesiatke!

Springman said...

Lord, I thought about the apperation in Fatima of Mary. And I'm not catholic! How did you hold the camera steady?

JM said...

Fantastic shots, especially after reading the title of this post! :-)

Pat said...

Awesome shots! It's a really beautiful bird!

Carver said...

The white peacock is gorgeous. Great shots of it.

Jenny Woolf said...

Goodness! that is extraordinary. I am glad you told us it was a peacock or else I would not have guessed what it was.

*Honest Abe said...

It is very pretty. It is living as a wild bird or does someone own it and just let it out for a few hours?

Elfe said...

Really a lovely ghost!

Pomarańcza said...

Wow! Beauty!

Tammy said...

What an amazingly beautiful bird! It took me a minute to figure out what I was looking at.

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