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Lavender Harvest by georgianna lane on Flickr.
The smell of lavender makes me happy ♥

miawmiao:

Lavender Harvest by georgianna lane on Flickr.

The smell of lavender makes me happy ♥

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Jun 11th, 2011
Jun 11th, 2011
Squee!  So many happy pandas!

Squee!  So many happy pandas!

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Jun 11th, 2011
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dossierphotographique:

An oak desk anchors a workspace 

dossierphotographique:

An oak desk anchors a workspace 

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Jun 11th, 2011
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animalworld:

NORTHERN ROYAL FLYCATCHER (Onychorhynchus coronatus mexicanus)
by Aves Internacionales
The Northern Royal Flycatcher is a species of bird in the Tyrannidae family. It is found in Mexico, south through most of Central America, to north-western Colombia and far western Venezuela. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.
The Northern Royal Flycatcher is 16.5–18 cm (6½-7”) long, brown above  small buffy spots on its wing-coverts; the rump and tail are  tawny-ochraceous in colour. The bill is long and broad.
The Royal Flycatcher has an erectile fan-shaped crest,  coloured red in the male and yellow-orange in the female. The display  with the crest fully raised is seen extremely rarely, except during banding sessions.
The Northern Royal Flycatcher is usually inconspicuous and quiet, but sometimes gives a repeated sharp clear pree-o or key-up.
Fact Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northern_Royal_Flycatcher
Other photos you may like:
Victoria Crowned Pigeon
Hoopoe
East African Guineafowl
Antillian Crested Hummingbord

animalworld:

NORTHERN ROYAL FLYCATCHER (Onychorhynchus coronatus mexicanus)

by Aves Internacionales

The Northern Royal Flycatcher is a species of bird in the Tyrannidae family. It is found in Mexico, south through most of Central America, to north-western Colombia and far western Venezuela. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.

The Northern Royal Flycatcher is 16.5–18 cm (6½-7”) long, brown above small buffy spots on its wing-coverts; the rump and tail are tawny-ochraceous in colour. The bill is long and broad.

The Royal Flycatcher has an erectile fan-shaped crest, coloured red in the male and yellow-orange in the female. The display with the crest fully raised is seen extremely rarely, except during banding sessions.

The Northern Royal Flycatcher is usually inconspicuous and quiet, but sometimes gives a repeated sharp clear pree-o or key-up.

Fact Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northern_Royal_Flycatcher

Other photos you may like:

Victoria Crowned Pigeon

Hoopoe

East African Guineafowl

Antillian Crested Hummingbord

Jun 10th, 2011

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neiture:

Iron-rich rocks create a rust-red creek bed for fast-flowing waters in Alberta’s Waterton Lakes National Park. | photo by Michael Melford

neiture:

Iron-rich rocks create a rust-red creek bed for fast-flowing waters in Alberta’s Waterton Lakes National Park. | photo by Michael Melford

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Jun 10th, 2011
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