Wordless Wednesday – 357

Inviting your captions and titles on my wordless moments.

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Thank you very much dear friends for all your lovely captions in my previous post of wordless moment. (I spotted this seagull nesting on the wall of a roof of a museum in Rome, Italy. You can imagine the thrill of a ‘resident of concrete jungle’ like Bangalore to spot a seagull at such a close distance! They are really huge and the loud grunts are not sweet at all, instead quite scary. This one’s was, probably because she was nesting and didn’t quite like being photographed. It was strange to me that a drop of water was on the verge of dropping from its beak. Clicked my wordless moment then!)

Few of your captions here:

seagull wordless1. Would my gen-next have enough water to drink? by Leena Walawalkar
2. I hope these chicks are better behaved than the last brood! by Margaret Birding For Pleasure
3. This vodka is a bit watery by Jane
4. I drank too much!….Brrrp! by Marie-AZ
5. Anyone have a tissue? by Beth F

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61 Responses

  1. Bibi says:

    That is some tree!!

  2. Sunaina says:

    A little more to the left…..yes….perfect…say cheese….!

  3. Joyful says:

    Those are both fantastic photos. I enlarged the gull and the photo is so clear. I like the drop of water on the gull’s beak. As for the tree, it looks beautiful and graceful against the sky.

  4. Cloudia says:

    Seaside trees teach perseverance

    Warm ALOHA,
    ComfortSpiral

    (\__/)
    (=’.’=)
    (“)_(”)

  5. Al says:

    I love windy days!

  6. Cath says:

    what an amazing tree..really looks like it is “leaning into the wind!”

  7. LaVoice says:

    Stairway to heaven.

  8. Margy says:

    I wonder what would make it grow in that shape. – Margy

  9. Arun says:

    o o o slowdown

  10. Whoa, when I enlarged the photo of the seagull, amazing capture of this creature.
    The tree is a test of time and perseverance of the wind it has to withstand to try to stand tall.

    If you have not had a chance, please visit my Wonderful Wednesday Linkup to share your amazing photos.

    Have a great week!
    Karren

  11. Bhavani says:

    Bending the rules!!!

  12. Wobble Baby, Wobble Baby, Wobble Baby, Wobble Baby, YEAH!

  13. amazing picture.
    Bent but can do without support.

  14. magiceye says:

    Elegance personified!

  15. Sri Kri says:

    Bend a little to keep the peace.

  16. nabanita says:

    It looks like a bookmark 🙂

  17. Ami says:

    It is never a straight path to heaven 😀

  18. Is this tree OK for this years Christmas 2015..?

  19. You didn’t think a tree could GET drunk, did you?
    ROG, ABCW

  20. Kishor Kr says:

    And… we twist…we twist…we twist

  21. Kalpana says:

    “Lean in.” I know some of your other commentators have said that, but it’s what first sprang to mind. The point is though that it isn’t leaning in, only appears to be doing so. It’s actually leaning out, submitting to the wind.

  22. I have had far too much to drink

  23. vatsala mallya says:

    Dancing to windy tunes !!

  24. What happens when a tree turns into a feather?

    Hope you’ll link up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/11/chicago.html

  25. Yogi saraswat says:

    Stairway reaching to heaven.

  26. Beth F says:

    Here, let me give you a little shade. (Wow!! What a tree. Great shot.)

    Thanks for featuring my comment from last week.

  27. Parul says:

    Tree of Pisa! 😀

  28. MP UPPAL says:

    Wow! What a phenomenon up there!

  29. klara says:

    at first glance I thought it was a feather. that is some flexible tree. yoga course paid off.

  30. Wow! What an amazing capture. Such a pretty tree 🙂

  31. Freda says:

    Leaning tower of Treesa.

  32. Wanna see me shake it? 😉

  33. Maniparna Sengupta Majumder says:

    Dancing with the wind… 🙂

  34. Hema says:

    I’ll bend but I will not break!

  35. Hema says:

    I wonder how many pages I’ll be able to write with this giant quill!

  36. A very inspiring capture, Indrani. I saved it. The thing I liked most is that it initially deviated but finally regained its direction towards sky. I’d say Sky is the Goal 🙂

  37. To touch the sky I had to bend

  38. Nature.. Symmetry amidst Wilderness!

  39. Bob says:

    What a bent tree, excellent image.

  40. Jeevan says:

    Winding upward!

  41. ruchira says:

    Gone with the Wind!

  42. Joy says:

    Feathering the wind.

  43. Rajesh says:

    Lovely curvature.

  44. A beautiful snap and a unique tree. My captions would be Embracing the wind or Dancing in the wind

  45. Jim says:

    Beautiful sky.

  46. ladyfi says:

    What an amazing tree!

  47. Now that is what we call – “A Perfect Curve”

    Amazing capture by the way. 🙂

  48. Gattina says:

    That’s the age … I suffer from curvature of spine !

  49. s.c. says:

    Looks like the wind is coming from one side. What a strange tree profile.

  50. Sunita says:

    Facing to the winds of sorrow and dancing to the winds of happiness!

  51. eileen says:

    What a cool tree, great photo.

    Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

  52. Krishna says:

    I reaching towards moon

    thanks

  53. wow, Indrani, appreciate the content and the wonderful picture..

  54. Hi,
    That’s an awesome shot. Have a great day!

  55. Inspiration for the “Jack and the Beanstalk” story.

  56. Asha says:

    Do you like my ‘lachak’ ?

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