Monday, August 18, 2014

Forests are Fun

 I am fascinated by forests, whether it is the fir and deodar forest of the Himalayas,
 or the fabulous rainforests of the Western Ghats,
 or the famous forest of Rudyard Kipling in Madhya Pradesh, where you can see a tiger if you are lucky. I saw only some deer:)
 This fiery forest flower is a clerodendrum.
 I was fascinated by the flamingos which flocked to the forest creek to feed on their favourite fish.
 My thanks to the team of the famous Our World Tuesday.
The fantastic ABCWednesday first started by the fun loving Mrs.Nesbitt, and ably taken forward by friendly Roger is firing many with inspiration!

16 comments:

  1. A beautiful look at your world!! Thanks for sharing it with us! Hope you enjoy a wonderful new week!!

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  2. Interesting post. Flamingoes are such great birds.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  3. flamingos are always so fascinating

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  4. I love forests too! There is so much wildlife and there are always beautiful plants. Thanks for sharing these photos!
    Wil, ABCW Team.

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  5. Forest are so interesting. So much to see beyond the trees!

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  6. I love forests too. We just came home from Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada. There the forests are stunted short because of the thin soil over the granite shield, and winds off the ocean. That type of forest is called tuckamore, a new tern for me. - Margy

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  7. Love the forests you have shown us, - the quietness and peacefulness appeal to me, - and the wonderful wildlife surprises you might see if you are lucky.

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  8. It's so beautiful! So serene forest!

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  9. Wonderful shots of the forests!

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  10. Lovely series..really like that flamingo shot♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/firefly/

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  11. Amazing pics! Forests are beautiful.

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  12. Wonderful post and such beautiful scenery.

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  13. Wonderful collection of photos, beautiful scenery!

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  14. What wonderful shots! Thanks so much for sharing a place I'll never see for myself.

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