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Wednesday, 21 July 2010

Another challenge



Such a gorgeous photo given us by Kimmie for her Digital Whispers Blog Challenge.
It's a pity to cover it but I used it as a background.
I love Peacocks but they are very destructive.
Years ago one came into my garden and all the neighbours joined me to watch it through a window.
It went round cutting all my flower heads off with it's beak and just left the stalks!

8 comments:

WrightStuff said...

They are rather noisy too - but we have to forgive them as they are so beautiful. Nice piece you made here :)

http://truutske.blogspot.com/ said...

I love peacocks, the are so beautiful and your background for this creation is marvellous.
Really a fabulous piece.

THE OLD GEEZER said...

What a beautiful photo! I must agree with WriteStuff. Peacocks are rather noisy. We were at a campground in Northern California one summer that had several wild peacocks. They yelled and screamed day and night. They are beautiful but very noisy!

Bill C. said...

You are so fast! The "eye" makes it an outstanding collage. It totally draws the viewer in.

Faye said...

June, this is so awesome!!! Your work is gorgeous. You have educated me. I didn't realize that peacocks were destructive.

Nan said...

Your piece is so pretty! I have to tell you I live in a very rural farming area of Florida and was very shocked to see 3 peacocks in the middle of my little road last week! The male was strutting his stuff. I almost ran off the road!
They are very beautiful but very noisy :)

Chris said...

Wonderful! do you know in some countries Peacocks are used for security. They have such a loud call and quite aggressive.

Junibears said...

I can quite believe that Chris! This family of peacocks live in a large house/garden on the edge of the village, quite a way from us. If the wind is in the right direction we can hear their calls
quite clearly!
xx