Sunken Garden- St. Petersburg, FL (birds of a feather)
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4 responses to “Sunken Garden- St. Petersburg, FL (birds of a feather)”
So sweet:) ❤
Very cute. I have a few egrets that hang out in the pond next to my townhouse. I think they are annoyed with me – because I am always trying to take a photo of them;)
We have the egrets here as well and we love to photograph them in the wetlands we have nearby….they probably head your way in the winter! 😉
I just came back to look again and realized I didn’t see the flamingo pictures. They are soooo beautiful. I love their colors. All of the birds are so beautiful, but the flamingos rock. I love their deep salmon colored tail feathers. Really lovely.