caught that shot at just the right moment, ibis looks fabulous (and clean!). Also love the pond and the water-plants, very pretty Diane
are these normally found in the wild or a zoo? what a gorgeous bird. love those colors. ( :
What a different and cute bird! Great capture!Léia
Great photo. I saw them in the wild for the first time when I was in Australia. It was such a thrill for me.
Lovely ibis-photo!I saw a lot of them in Australia i 2008!Have a nice evening!
great shot. did you wash that ibis beforehand?
Now he's impressive!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
I love the "ruffled feathers" and the reflections in the second photo are just beautiful.
Wow. It made me giggle though. To me it looks like a bird pretending to be a sheep, as we have white sheep with black faces here.
What a fabulous bird!
Wow, what a gorgeous bird. Great shot of your Ibis!
This ibis is gorgeous and looks so cool with the ruffled feathers. http://nfbird.blogspot.se/2013/01/tradkrypare-certhia-familiaris.html
Great photos, nice, that beauty ...
Haha! All puffed up with nowhere to go! Fabulous shot Dianne, your 'Golden Pond' images are always delightful.
A gorgeous White Ibis Diane! And those lotus flowers in the header are beautiful too!
That looks like a cross between a normal white ibis from Florida and a wood stork (with its mottled neck and head). A fun discovery.
Both photos are terrific Dianne. I can see the quiver in the Ibis feathers and the light caught in the second shot is wonderful. Congrats to you.
What a curious bird with a fascinating long beak!Duncan In Kuantan
Such a pretty bird!
Excellent capture Dianne!
What a great looking bird...very nice~
The ibis certainly has a lot of feathers to ruffle! Fantastic photo!
The ibis does look a bit more glamorous than usual!Nice picture.Thanks for linking to WBW.Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne.PS: sorry for slow reply - I've been out of internet range in Tasmania
Very nice images! This is different from the White Ibis we have here in the U.S.
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