Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Watery Wednesday #63

Wow! Can you believe I've done 63 of these? I hope you all are still enjoying these and that any new comers are enjoying getting cyber wet. My sincere wishes that you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving. I give thanks for so much but right now I give thanks for all of you who visit and participate in Watery Wednesday.

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!


RULES: Create your Watery Wednesday post first then come back and click on the Mr. Linky link below to access the participation list. Enter your name and the link to your post in the spaces provided. Next, just have fun visiting the other entrants to see their posts. If you leave a comment they'll know you've visited and will visit you in return. Have fun!




38 comments:

Marie Höglund said...

Awesome bird :-) Awesome clear water. I love getting cyber wet :-)

Kitty said...

Happy Thanksgiving! The curlew is looking for his lunch, too - such an adorable beak!

Mojo said...

He's a beaky fellow isn't he?

Jane said...

I love Curlews, we used to have them up in Sutherland. Thanks for sharing 2 sweet:)

April said...

Beautiful picture! Happy Thanksgiving!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Oh my! What a funny looking turkey. ;-) LOL

Happy Thanksgiving!

Tammie Lee said...

walking in the water, such a lovely way to live.
Thank you for hosting this wonderful watery muse! Happy Thanksgiving!

AL said...

Hello and happy thanksgiving! I love watery wednesday and nobody can stop me from joining in!

Euroangel said...

happy thanksgiving day to all American friends!

EG said...

lovely pix here...happy WW day to all!

eileeninmd said...

Cool photo of the Curlew, they are neat looking.

Tink *~*~* said...

Love your little beach bird - I think his beak is about as long as he is ;). Happy Thanksgiving!

Tink *~*~*

storyteller at Small Reflections said...

That's SOME beak isn't it ;-)
Wonderful as always! Happy Thanksgiving to YOU and yours!
Hugs and blessings,

Martha in PA said...

What a great photo!

Happy Thanksgiving to you as well!

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Icy BC said...

What a beautiful photo for WW!

BeachILike said...

Beautiful capture!

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Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

I love your photos of water. You inspire me to try to achieve that wonderful shiny wetness. Not so easy to do without LOTS of sunlight, and even then.

January said...

Hi! This is my first time here... I love the photos you have posted here...

Hope you can check out my first entry.."The Bridal Veil Waterfalls"
http://faeriejan.blogspot.com/2009/11/bridal-veil-waterfalls.html

Thanks..

-January

luna miranda said...

a cool bird enjoying a walk on the beach.:p

Happy Thanksgiving!

Cheers,
Luna

Evelyn Howard said...

A newcomer here, I'm enjoying looking at yr bird.

Lindz said...

hi it's a ncie photography, so lively.... my first time to join, I like this watery wednesday, it's fun

Carol said...

Great portrait of that curlew. I am sure he is happy not to be a turkey! Happy Thanksgiving! Thanks for hosting the watery wednesday post. Carol

diane said...

Lovely water shot and he looks like he has a good tool for cathing food.

chubskulit said...

That's beautiful!

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ROSIDAH said...

Happy holidays to everyone! Thanks for another great WW.

SquirrelQueen said...

The curlew is so cute.
Happy Thanksgiving.

pierre/magdalena said...

You always have so nice pictures it looks like you will never be without your inspiration and imagination.

Kerri said...

LOVE this shot! Great capture!!

jeff. said...

a very neat photo '2sweetnsaxy', and thanks for making watery Wednesday and getting cyber wet possible.

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A happy wordless, watery, outdoor Wednesday to all -- and for those in the US, may you have a wonderful Thanksgiving celebration.

Steve Borichevsky said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you too! 63? I'm not sure how many I've participated in, but I don't think I've missed one since I found it. I have two that I do without fail and this is one of them.

And what would Watery Wednesday be without a shot from Maritime New England?

Karen :-) said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you too.
And Thank You for hosting Watery Wednesday every week. :-)

Tricia said...

Ah, now he's a cuuute lil guy! hehehee

Great close image!

Chie Wilks said...

amazing photo as always....

JunieRose2005 said...

Love the water bird !!


I have some watery roses up! Come see!!


Happy Thanksgiving!


Junie

Mama Zen said...

Happy Thanksgiving!

B : ) said...

Your photography just blows me away. I want to shoot like you do when I get good : )

Frank said...

Happy Thanksgiving to all my WATERY friends in the USA. We will NOT be eating this bird but a big, fat, juicy turkey instead.

Enjoy everyone. GREAT Watery Wednesday!!

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