Posted in Animal, Wings
Tags: Birds, white peacocks
beautiful shots you got !!!!
looks like a snowflake in pic 2 – beautiful!
ohhhhh–he knows he’s gorgeous…
Just gorgeous, Julie.
He’s so beautiful. I bet he knows it, too.
I would call him snowy.
Call me “Pretty.”
I love to see white peacocks. Lovely pics.
Some gorgeous bird … can it be Snowflake ??? Why are always the male so glamorous ???? Great shots.
Ok…more stunning shots of this stunning bird. But ‘what’s in your name jules?’ damn unfair title to this post if you ask me. You didn’t ask, but I’ll tell ya anyway…
J is for Justice when justice is nowhere to be found!
U is for unselfish when selfish is what you need to be but everyone see that but me!
L is for love (duh) that is NEVER a question!!
I is for I wish I was anywhere but here but I love my life so what can I do?
E is for everyone is more important than I am, at least for now, maybe it’ll get better?
sorry U, but that’s how I see it!
Perfect perfect perfect
typical me..missed the point of the post. lol. but i like that you liked my comment anyway. xo
Sydney-May ( granddaughter) just saw the photos and told that it was ” Pretty Snowbird” she sounded so cute saying it…………
In the hat!
It’s in the hat!
Hahaha! Good luck
He’s a beaut!
I was telling Stella, daughter, about your golden pheasant and how unusual he is. Then I showed her this bird. I asked her what she would name it. Without skipping a beat, she says Cresent. I did not ask why. I guess it is because he is as white as the Cresent moon.
I was telling Stella, daughter, about your golden pheasant and how unusual he is. Then I showed her this bird. I asked her what she would name it. Without skipping a beat, she says Cresent. I did not ask why. I guess it is because he is as white as the Cresent moon. .
Cresent is perfect, but I will put it ‘in the hat’ with other suggestions – thanks to Stella!
Whoops, that’s a boy, isn’t it. Lancelot
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