Photography, Travel Big Crane Bird It’s a big crane bird ! DonCharisma.org Swan – Big Buddha Hill Taken at Lower Big Buddha Hill, Thailand Nov-2013 Share this:PinterestLinkedInPrintEmailTelegramLike this:Like Loading... Related
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I’m loving your photos. Not sure if that is a swan or a crane though. 😉
Couldn’t tell what do you think ?
I’d go with a crane. If you google images “Cranes in Asian culture” or “cranes in Asian art” you’ll find heaps of hits. They are mostly white with a bit of black.
Looked on google and think i concur on that suz:)
So glad you’re having fun. Raining here and sooo cold. Staying in under the blankets and making an afghan. Stay safe bro.
Cold weather is tough on the feelings of well-being, so look after yourself … opposite problem here, it’s how to keep cool, but I’m getting more acclimatised now. stay safe too:)
Safe, but stumbling. Maybe should take up drinking. The heat is really bad for MS, so I can deal with the cold better. Just hate the rain.
I had a few whiskeys this evening at the Loy Catong, but generally speaking alchohol makes me feel rotten these days, probably already too high on life acts as a relative downer for me !
Thailand must be an interesting place……i would love to be there. It is on my list of places to see before I die.
It’s hot most of the time, and generally the people are happy … highly recommended 🙂 I’ll keep the photos coming, so you’ll know what to expect … warm regards DC
You must be having a ball! One of these days…. Have a great and safe trip!
It’s a great place and suits me financially at the moment with the cost of living cheaper here. It’s an agreeable climate and the people, well there are some dumb ones (aren’t there everywhere!), but lot of them really lovely … Food is awesome, never get bored of Panang Kung (Prawn Curry, sweet/spicy dry’ish), and had better fish and chips here than in UK … potatoes here are just much nicer than English ones !
I haven’t explored that much, fund don’t really allow. But I’m enjoying the photography and the blog, so will visit some more places and post photos:)
Sounds cool to me. If I had the start-up funds, i’d go cruise around the South Pacific, food is great, cost of living not too bad, and the people and islands are beautiful….. and it’s temperate….the sea breezes keep it about 85 degrees…..it’s lovely
Beautiful. Did you know, that the swan are the national bird in Denmark? Otherwise you know it now.